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The Reflector i-i published bj students of Weymouth 
llifcli School, Weymouth, Massachusetts. Editor, 
Marjoru L. Bender; Business Manager, Robert Delahunt; 
Covet Design by Margaret Chubbuck; I ;t« u ii \ Advisers, 
Prcscoti H. Brown, William Reams, Evelyn Silvester, 
and Alice White. 

I'rintcil by Students of the Printing Department 
John F. Collins, Herman V . Terry, instructors 
Wevmoutii Vocational School 





With fond remembrances of her friendly nature, 
unselfish heart, and genuine sincerity, we, the Class 
of 1952, wish to dedicate this yearbook to the mem- 
ory of our former classmate, Leslie MacDonald. 
As we travel along life's uncertain path, we shall 
al ways be thankful for the moments we have shared 
with her, keeping the spirit of her gentle manner in 
our memory. 



Four -Year 



onors 








Edgar Abt 
Marjorie Bender 
Judith Growder 
Joan Dalto 
Robert Delahunt 
Donald Gay 
( larolyn Ilolbrook 
Paul Kalaghan 
Kenneth Nash 
Elinor Nieolai 
John Saloma 
Ashle\ Simmons 



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Four-Year Honors 



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8y l\ ia Alemian 
Barbara Barton 
Margaret ( Ihubbuck 
Nanev Coyle 
( lharles ( Irawford, Jr. 
Diane ( lushing 
Neal Dono\an 
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Mary Field 
Richard Fitts 
lane I lathers 
( lharles Gardner 
John Gatzke 
Roger Goodspeed 
Jane Gribbons 
Joanne Jenkins 
Roberta Johnson 
jJjbilip Joseph < 
;$Rhard Killoh 
George MacDonald 



James MacLeisK 
Keith Mac Leod 
Robert Molla 
I(»s« ph Mullen 
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J ranee-- Pri r\ 
John Pierre 
Albert I'uopolo 



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Jeajhie Ri//o 
Joanhe Salpina. 
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FACULTY 



WALLACE L. WHITTLE, Principal 

He guides us through our darkest hours 
into the light of understanding. 

THOMAS A. LYONS, Assistant Principal 
"... And now return to your sixth 
period class." 

FRANCIS E. WHIPPLE, Director of Con- 
struction. Maintenance, and Vocational 
Education 
"Steadfastness is a noble quality." 

RAY G. PARKER, Principal of Ideational 
School 

His smile is a welcome mat to all the 
world. 

HILMKR S. NELSON, Head of the Agricul- 
tural Department 
His friendly smile is only one of his fine 
traits. 

LAURA N ASH, Secretary 

Always about when she is needed. 

CLAIRE M. HEAVER, Assistant Secretary 
A pretty, smiling face, and cordial manner 
make our visits to the office a pleasure. 

HELEN A. CAULFIELD, Secretary of Voca- 
tional School 
Efficiency and a winning personality are 
two fine characteristics lor a secretary. 

POLLYANNA ANDEM, English 
A finer person or truer friend cannot be 
found. 

HARRY ARLANSON, Coach 
He teaches not only sports, hut sportsman- 
ship as well. 

M ARY E. ARNOLD, Physical Education 
It takes a sport to teach sports. 

LEWIS H. BACON, JR., Auto Mechanics 
Better unborn than untaught. 

ESTHER L. BENSON, Home Economies 
"II I knew you were coining. I'd a baked 
a cake." 

JAMES F. BOLAND, JR.. Sheet Metal, 
Related Subjects 
A pleasing personality paves the road for 
many friends. 



PRESCOTJ B. BROWN, English 

Without him we should be but wanderers 
on the sea ol English. 

GEORGE J. BUTLER, Attendance 
"Better late than never!" 

ERNESTINE R. CANNING, Erench 

Speak in French when you can't think 
of the English." 

FRED P. CARLSON. Carpentry 
I he friendly words he has to say 
Win him more friends day after day. 

HAROLD E. CLARKE, Sheet Metal 

A good-natured teacher makes a good- 
natured class. 

PAUL C. CLEAVES, Audio-Visual Aids, 
Driver Education 

A quiel man whose words are lull of 
importance. 

JOHN F. COLLINS. Punting 

Happiness is a by-product of an effort to 
make someone else happy. 

JOHN K. DELAHUNT, Science 
Anything for a quiet life. 

DOROTHY G. DRISCOLL, Commercial 
"I have taught them the goodness ol know- 
ledge." 

WILLIAM A. DWYF.R, Cabinet making 

He is liked and respected by all his pupils, 
including the girls. 

ALICE K. FAY, Commercial 

"All bands on (he borne low, please." 

EDNA G. FLAHERTY, English, Guidance 
A genial director of our senior plays. 

JOHN T. GANNON, Latin. Mathamatics 
His greatest accomplishments are his manv 
friends. 

JOHN T. GHIORSF, Mathematics, Science 
He is so lull of pleasant anecdote. 
So rich, so gay, so poignant in his wit, 
Time vanishes before him as he speaks. 

MARIE K. GHIORSE. English, Mathematics, 
Science, Social Studies 
With sweetness fresh as any rose. 



Him row: Hilmer Nelson, George Kla\, Otto Mahn, Ray Parker, Wallace Whittle, rhomas Lyons, Joseph 
Whittemo'-e. Fred Carlson, George McCarthy, Robert Lang; Second row: Evelyn Silvester, Mary Toomey, 
Olive Hackett. Helen Caulfield. Pollyanna Andem, Mary Arnold. Jane Tower, Alice White, Anita Petrucci. Helen 
Lvons, Elizabeth Waterman, Margaret I.argford, Ionise Hill, Edna Flaherty; third row: Man Cluster, Laura Nash. 
Claire Heaver, Man McMorrow, Esther Benson, Martha Vining. Eva Skala, Marie Ghiorse, Elizabeth Palmer, 
Herberla Stotkwcll: Fourth row: Russell Jack, Jalmar Nelson, lean Young. Dorothy Pearson, Louise Masters; 
Fifth row: John Ghiorse, Clarence Lyond, Ervin Stuart, John Gannon, Helen Norris, Dorottn MacGregor, 
Dorothy Driscoll, Alice Fay; Sixth row: Richard Whitmore, Alvah Raymond, W aldo Swan, William Reams. Lewis 
Baton, Preston Brown, Francis Martin. Herman Pern, George Noll: Seventh row: Harold Clarke: William 
Dwyer, George Najarian, Erit R<>\, Walter Guiterson, Norman Loud: Eighth row: Frederick Hoyle, fames 
Boland, Paul Cleaves, James Steele, Russell Mazzola, John Delahunt, John Collins, Philip Henley. 



MARY L. GLOSTER, Librarian 

A good book is the best of friends, the 
same today and for ever* 

WALTER C. GUTTERSON, Guidance 
Possessing the sincere understanding to 
guide youth, he is achieving the nobles! 

success. 

OLIVE E. HACKETT, Commercial 
It is better to gi\c than to receive. 

LEO A. HAYES, Physical Education 
His friendly, sincere altitude makes him 
well liked by all. 

PHILIP W. HENLEY, Carpentry 

A man with a good heart and main hiends. 

LOI BE J. HILL, Commercial 
The very pink of perfection, 

FREDERICK H. HOYLE, Auto Mechanics, 
Related Subjects 
Thorough, able, and talented. 

Kl SSI I I H. LACK, Director of Musit 
"Music, maestro." 

WILLIAM T. KEARNS, Social Studies 
"May we have it quiet? I am trying to 
tea< h a class." 

GEORGE H. KLAY, Drafting 
He travels down life's highway, 
Teaching right from wrong. 

ROBERT S. LANG, Mechanical Drawing 
Once a friend, always a friend. 

MARGARE I K. LANGFORD, Commercial 
She is as constant as the stars. 

NORM A N 1) LOUD, Scit nee 

He is so good that no one can be a better 
man. 

CLARENCE R. LYOND, Science 
"Bring it in and we'll analyze it." 

HELEN (.. LYONS. English 

A smile and a sense of humor go hand in 
hand. 

DOROTHY (.. MacGREGOR. Commercial 
Efficiency is the foundation of progress. 

Ol ro H. MAHN. Civics, Guidance, Place- 
ment, Driver Education 
Manhood, learning, gentleness, virtue, 
youth, liberality, and such are the spice 
and salt thai season a man. 

JO! I N 1. M \R I IN. Social Studies 
A man of distinction. 

LOI ISI B. MASTERS. Home Economics 
Always ready and willing to help. 

RUSSELL H. MAZZOLA, Mathematics 

\ man with a smile is a man worthwhile. 



GEORGE J. McCARTHY, Social Studies 
Experience, the best teacher; the inexperi- 
enced, the best learners. 

MARY 1 Mi MORROW, English 
Thinkers arc as scarce as gold. 

GEORGE Y. NAJARIAN, Auto Mechanics 
He enjoys working and teaching boys the 
aulo trade and plans to continue in the 
future. 

HAROLD R. NELSON, Agriculture 

Ready to teach when you're reach to learn. 

JALMAR N. NELSON. Science, Cabinet- 
mailing, Carpentry, Related Subjects 
He builds character as well as cabinets. 

HELEN M. NORRls. Commercial 

There is time for fun and jokes galore-. 
Bui when eight-thirty comes — then, no 
more. 

GEORGE I . NO I r, Printing, Related Suh- 
jects 

He possesses the quality of understanding 
his pupils. 

VIRGINIA NYE, Guidance 

Ha\e \ou a problem'- Miss \\e is alwa\s 
sympathetic and helpful. 

ORAL A. PAGE, Physical Education 
"Boys' First Aid will be held in the gym 
instead ol the assigned rooms." 

ELIZABETH L. PALMER, French, Spanish 
"It's nice to be natural, when you're nam 
rally nice," Miss Palmer's philosophy and 
excellent advice. 

DOROTHY PEARSON, English. So,,,,/ 
Studies 

There arc souls in this world thai have 
ihc gift of hnding jo\ e\ en w here and ol 
leaxing it behind them when they go. 

HERMAN F. TERRY. Printing 
His has been a life of devotion to duty. 

ANI TA L. PETRUCCI, English, French 
Culture in her manner, 
Sweetness in her smile, 
short, quickened steps, 
Moving down the aisle. 

\l A \H RAYMOND. Mathematics 

lo untold the intricacies of mathematics 
(o youth is the work of a master. 

ERIC A. ROY. English, Mathematics. Science 
He that governs well leads the blind while- 
he thai teaches gi\es him e\cs. 

I A El A N SU A I S I I R. Art 

Her beautiful thoughts express themselves 
in her works of art. 

EVA SK AI .A. Home Economics 

The way to a man's heart is through his 
stomach. 



Page Ten 



JAMES F. STEELE, Social Studies 

When you hear "Gel out", it is only Mi. 
Steele calmly dismissing his i lass. 

HERBERT A L. STOCKWELL, Nurse 
"And how are you today?" 

ERVIN STUART, Science 
"You understand this now, don't you?" 

WALDO H. SWAN, Mathematics, Drivei 
Education 

Common reasoning is the key to the door- 
way of the understanding of math^as well 
as the ke\ to the car. 

MARY F. TOOMEY, English 

Loved by all her pupils, who greeted Tier 
return with happy hearts. 

JANE TOWER, Physical Education 
A good athlete and a fine person. 

MARATHA YINING, English, Latin 

Patience is a plant that grows not in all 
gardens. 



ELIZABETH F. WATERMAN, English, 
Spanish 

With a pleasant smile and a winning way, 
She greets her students from da) to day. 

! VRL H. WESTCOTT, Social Studies 
A good teacher with many friends 

\l ICE M. W ill I I . English 
Small in size, bin abounding in good 
humor. 

RICHARD L. WHITMORE, Social Studies 
Able in class lore, sports, and man's chores. 

JOSEPH K. WHITTEMORE, English, His- 
tory 

Mark the perfect man and behold the 
upright. 

M. JEAN YOUNG, Commercial 

She takes every incident with a quiet, 
reassuring attitude. 



Page Eleven 




Students write their poctrj <>l summer, winter, or I. ill. 
Homework, and the busy lunch room, and praises for Football. 

Still not c>ni oi oui students cvci docs put into rhyme 
Praises ol the editor who seises the Reflector all her time. 

She assigns to the stall different jobs to be carried through, 
And informs English teachers when Refleclin stpries are due. 

When the work is all turned in, lor her the task has just begun; 
She must evaluate all stories and slowly sort them, one l>\ one. 

['hen those that arc the hest must to the tvpisls t|uickl\ go. 

Mi. Brown and OUI Miss White must read and give them their "sa\ 

Now ready lor the print shop, where the boys their work must do. 
That's the story ol the paper until the time it comes lo you. 

Marge, we thank you lor your time and all die work you do. 
Here's lu st wishes from us all — the Class ol Fiftv-two. 



CLASS CENSUS 



MOST POPl I .AH CIRL 
MOST POPULAR BOI 
\\ [TTIEST 

prettiest 
class athletl 

class comedian 
class musician 
class actok 
class actrkss 
class heartbreak i or 
most dependable 
most carefree 
best dressed girl 

BEST DRESSED 15m 
BEST SCHOOL CITIZEN 
WOMAN HATER 

MOST POPULAR WITH Till. MEN 
MOST POPULAR WITH THE WOMEN 
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCELD 
CLASS POET 
CLASS ARTIST 



Elisabeth Mann 
Dorick Wauro 
Geraldine Marchillo 

Elisabeth Marin 
Dor irk Mauro 

Richard Forrest 
Richard Fitu 
Stuart Hemingway 
Louise (icchcse 
John Cassese 
John Saloma 
Richard Forrest 
Nancy Larson 
Robert Delahunt 
John Saloma 
George McGlone 
Elizabeth Marin 
I incent Santacroce 
John Saloma 
loan H ill iams 
Margaret Chubbuck 



WHO'S WHO COMMITTEE 



BARBARA FITTZ, Chairman 
BARBARA BARRINGER 
BARBARA BYRNE 
CARROL COLLIER 
BARBAR \ CROWELL 
JOANNE ERICSON 
M \RG \ K I : I HE \\ ER 
JANICE HENRI 
MICHAEL LATUS 
N VI \l I E LOl I) 
W\E McMOUKOW 
NANCY O'NEIL 
FRANCES PERRJ 
JEANNIE RIZZO 
\ [NCENT SANTACROCE 
M \\U\.\ \ SMITH 
DONALD DENNISON 
ROBERT MOLLA 
ALBERT PI OPOLO 
HARRY YEOMANS 



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Bl A EKI Y ANN ABBOTT 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 

Silence is a virtue, even disposition, reserved 
Brighton High School, Brighton, .Massachusetts i ; 
Softball i. 



'Bev" 



manner. 
Basketba 



EDGAR LEO ABT, JK. 

South Weymouth Amliitiou: Engineer "l:d" 

Briyht and brainy, cheerful disposition , all~round tjood fellow. 
High Honors 1.2,3; Stamp Cluh 2; Class Outing Committee 3; 
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Student Council Convention Representa- 
tive 3.4; Science Fair 3; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,3,4; Fire Drill 
Duty 1,2.3.4; Maroon and Cold Staff. Organization 3, Assistant to 
the Editor 4; Graduation I'sher 3; Band 1,2; State Music Festival 
1,2; Grade School Messenger 1; Laboratory Assistant 3,4; Victory 
Dance Committee 2.3.4; Student Committee for Guidance Assemblies 
4; Hand Color Guard 3. 

SYLVIA VIVIAN ALEMIAN 

East Weymouth Ambition: Laboratory Technician 
A study in styles, friendliness -.oil! briny success, poise and serenity. 
Honors 1.2,3; Nationwide Latin Exam Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 2; Class Dues Collector 3.4; Junior Party Committee 3; Fire 
Drill Duty 3,4; Home Room Messenger 2; New England Music 
Festival 1; Choir 1,2. 

BELIE LOUISE ANDERSON 

East Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator "Betty Lou" 

Smart and charming, pep, personality, and wit, true to her friends. 
Senior Prom Committee 4. 

STANLEY ANDERSON 

North Weymouth — Ambition : Dairy Farmer "Stan" 

Likable personality, future dairy farmer, efficient "corker. 
Honors 2; Home Room Spelling Ree Champion 2; F.F.A. 1.2.3,4, 
Secretary, News Staff, Co-editor 4; basketball 1.2,3,4. 



FRANK VLLEN \ IU.HIBALD 

Weymouth —Ambition: To he a good carpenter 

He'll take it or leave it. a yood little fellow 
"Minding my business keeps me busy." 

Open House 1,2.4; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,4. 



"Archie" 



\li I III R JOSEPH \u\is rRONG 

South We) mouth- Ambition: Florist "Art" 

Good uatured, to till the soil, dependable leader. 
Honors 2; Junior Rotarian 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3.4, Treasurer 3, Vice- 
President 4; Science Fair 2,3; Exhibition 1,2,3. 



UK II \RD JOHN \SII 



'Dick' 



North Weymouth Ambition: Navy 

From little acorns, -.cell-timed silence, always content. 
Student Council Assistant 3.4; Lunch Room Duty 3.4; Fire Drill 
Duty 3,4. 

sf s VN BARRE I \ I \\ OOD 

South Weymouth Ambition: Journalist ".Sue" 

Jolly personality, outbursts of laughter, sweet "Sussy" 
Greenfield High School, Greenfield, Massachusetts 1 ,j ; Howling 
Club 2; Co-Ed Club 2: Class Nominating Committee 2; Class His- 
tory Committee 2,4; "Onunta" Social Committee 2; Exponent 
Staff 2; Senior Play 4. 

GR U E BURTON BAILEY 

Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Grade" 
A voice like music, silence is as deep as water, speech, as shallow 
as time. 

Science Fair 1,3; Open House 2,3; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,3; Mes- 
senger for Miss Benson 2.3.4. 

WILLIAM ROBERT BAILEY 

East Weymouth Ambition: Professional soldier "Bill" 
The school mailman, a cheerful friend to all. 



Honor- 



'Do you wanna bet? 
I.j Open House 1.2,4; Lunch Room Duty 



ROBERT GREEN BANTA, JR. 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Ski Lodge Owner 
The cheerful cherub of IIIB. a quid and serious lad 
throb. 

Projection Club 1; Class Motto Committee 4; Open House 1,2,4 



"Beaver" 
the girls' heart 




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BM<BMf\ BARINCEB 

Weymouth Ambition: Laboratory Technician " liarby" 

Ponce De Leon High School, Miami. Florida i; Arlington 1 1 i 
School, Arlington, Massachusetts -',3; Who's Who Committee 4; 
Senior Play Committee 4; Student Teaching, Spanish 2. 

Magnetic personality , definitely photogenic, a sincere friend. 



ELTON Al IU UN BARNES 

South Weymouth Ambition: Navy 
Senior I'rom Committee 4. 

Weaver of dreams, gift to women, late again f 



"Elt" 



BARBAE \ JAN] BAR ion 

Weymouth -Ambition: Nurse "Harb" 
Honors .".3; Basketball 1; Pep Club 4; Treasurer 4; Class Outing 
Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Reflector Stall, Art 
Assistant 2,3,4; Substitute Cheerleader 2,3. 

Pretty, poised and pleasant, genuine friend, sunny smile. 

I'M I I I KM VNI BATES 

North Weymouth Ambition: Pattern Maker "pirmani" 
Football 2; Lunch Room Duty 1; Hand 1,2. 

"I've got to stay again." He is a real cabinet maker, what, another 
argument ! 

THEOD \ I E El 1/ Mil I II BE1 < III U 

South Weymouth —Ambition : ' Modelling " Teddy" 

Open House 2,3,4; Hand 1.2; Messenger for Miss Benson 1,2,3,4; 
Graduation Clothing Committee 4. 

Hcautiful brown eyes, efficient and neat. Miss Benson's right hand. 

M URJORIE LIBB> BENDER 

North Weymouth Ambition: Doctor "Margie" 
High Honors 1,2.3; Delegate to Girls' State 3; Honorary Monday 
Club 4: Nationwide Latin Exam, Certificate of Honorable Merit 
2, Certificate of Eminent Merit 3; Gold Key, Scholastic Magazine 
Art Award 3; Basketball 1.2.3; Softball 1,2; Volleyball 1; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3; Ski Club 1,2; French Club 4; Projection Club 1; 
Tennis Club 1.2, Class Nominating Committee 3; Class Motto 
Committee 4; Senior Reception Committee 3; Science Fair 3; 
Exhibition 3; Reflector Staff, Advertising 2; Literary Staff 3; 
Editor-in-Chief 1; Delegate to Southeastern Massachusetts League of 
School Publications 2,3,4; Christmas Play 3; Christmas Sale 3; Art 
Room Messenger 2. , ... 

A master with a paint brush, literary expression, a friendly 
personality. 

SYLVIA (.Ml BENEDK I 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Waitress in Florida "Syl" 
Pep Cluli 4; Banquet Committee 3; Open House 1.2,3,4; Lunch 
Room Duty 2.3; New England Music Festival 2; Choir 2. 
Dainty, diminutive, sunny, and siccct, a girl like this just can't be 
beat. 

( VROLINE ELEANOR BENN1 1 1 

North We\ mouth. -Ambition: Nurse "Carry" 
Allied Youth 3; Pep Club 4; Science Fair 3,4; Usher for Winter 
Concert 4. 

Cheerful personality, disciple of fun, gives her best. 

k\1 M)MU BERGWALL 

F^ast Weymouth— Ambition: Comparative Buyer "Yaba" 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Allied 
Youth 3; Pep Club 4; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Fire Drill 
Duty 4; Home Room Messenger 4. 

"Kutc Kay," enthusiastic worker, a friend indeed. 

EVE! 'i N JOAN BERMINCH VM 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Office Worker 
Office Practice Assistant 2. 

Friendly "Hello," pleasant disposition, nice to know. 

DONALD EDW VRD BISHOP 

East Weymouth Ambition: Carpenter "fiish ' 

Open House 1,2,4. 

Plenty of time to spare, he will do anything at least once, a lover of 
carpentry. 

PETER FRANK BISOGNANO 

F.ast Weymouth — Ambition : Work in a bank "Bis" 
Spring Track 3; Stamp Club 2; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 2,3; 
Band 1.2,3,4; State Music Festival 1.2,3,4; New England Music 
Festival 1,3.4; Graduation Clothing Committee 4. 
He timers above the rest of us, he's just as nice as the best of tis, 
behold, a musician I 



Page Twenty 



CALVIN ERNEST BLENIS 

South Weymouth -Ambition: Air Force Photographer "Cat'' 

A tender in all. conscientious and dependable, friend of many. 
Projection Cluh 1.2.3.4: Lighting for Plays and Assemblies 1,2,3,4. 

Ill TH GORDON BLUME 

North Weymouth — Ambition : Ballerina "Ruthie" 

A book is her companion, quiet- -sometimes, sweet smile. 
Library Club 3; Allied Youth 3; Pep Cluh 4; Junior Decorating 
Committee 3. 

CORINNE ELIZABETH BOUDREAl 

North Weymouth — Amhitiou: Telephone Operator "Cora" 

All sail and no anchor, unpredictable, happy disposition. 
Basketball r,2; Volleyball 1,2; Field Hockey [,2.; O^ien House 1; 
Attendance Slips 3. 

JESSIE ANNE BRADY 

East Weymouth— Ambition : Telephone Operator 
Xeat as a pin, brimming with wit and humor, an independent girl. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 80 words per minute 3; Type- 
writing Certiriicate. 56 words per minute 3; Class Outing Committee 
3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Secretary to Mr. Ghiorse 3,4; 
Attendance Slips 4; Grade School .Messenger 4; Secretary to Miss 
Stockwell 2. 

BARBARA ANN BREEN 

Weymouth — Ambition : Nurse 

Full of (/if/olcs. earnest endeavor , true sportsmanship. 
Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1.2: Volleyball 1.2; Field Hockey 1.2; 
Ski Club 2 ; Projection Club 1 ; Tennis Club 2 ; Class Will Committee 
4; Christmas Play 2. 

ALFRED CARLTON BR FN NAN, JR. 

East Weymouth — Amhitiou: Auto Mechanic "Al" 

The sleepiest fellow in 111 A. a pencil artist, true lover of sports. 
Class Motto Committee 4; Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 2. 

CAROL JEAN BRESNAHAN 

Weymouth — Ambition : Nurse 

Willing listener, golden tresses, kind and considerate. 
Projection Club 2,3; Science Fair 3; Lunch Room Duty 3; Usher 
for Winter Concert 4; Rand 1. 

LEONARD CLAYTON BRIGGS 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Linotype Machinist "Lenny'' 
Big. broad and rough, too, head draftsman for room 3. 
"/ hope ihe ear will be ready for the next race." 

Vocational School Secretary-Treasurer 4; Open House 1,2; Lunch 

Room Duty 2; Hand 1,2; State Music Festival 1,2; New England 

Music Festival 1. 

PHILIP TERRY BRIOGs 

Weymouth — Ambition: Conservation Work "Phil" 

The wise are quiet, an enviable disposition . true to his work. 
Honors 1,3: Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3; Manager of 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Stamp Club 2; Student Council 2; Fire Drill 
Duty 2; I'sher at Football Games 3,4. 

ELIZABETH VNNE BROWN 

Weymouth Ambition: Stenographer "Betty" 

Cood sport, cheerful spirit, petite Miss. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Open 
House 2.3: Lunch Room Duty 2; Reflector Staff, Secretary 3; Secre- 
tary to Mr. Cleaves 3. 

J VNICE MAE BROW NE 

East Weymouth Ambition: Nurse "Jan" 

Charming personality, merry smile, always a friendly "Hi." 
Basketball 1.2; French Club 3; Alahaderchi Club 3.4; Graduation 
I) ance Committee 3: Junior Decorating Committee 3; Junior Partv 
Committee 3; Student Council Assistant 4; Science Fair 3; Open 
House 2; Lunch Room Duty 4; Fire Drill Duty 4; Reflector Staff, 
Literary 4; Christmas Play 2. 

BETSY BUCHANAN 

Weymouth— Ambition: Nurse 

floppy disposition, lover of sports, brimming with spirit. 
Basketball 1.2; Softball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Ski 
Club 1.2: Tennis Club 1; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Reflector 
Staff. Advertising 4; State Music Festival 1,2,3: New England 
.Music Festival 1,3; Grade School Messenger 1,2; Choir 1,2,3. 




Page Twenty-one 




GAEL KM III lil RBANK 

South Weymouth Amhitiun : Ai t 

Burlington High School, Burlington, Vermont i ; Shelburne High 
School, Shelburne, Vermont 2.3; Honors 2.3; Class Vice- President 

3; Delegate to Girls State 3; Basketball 3; Softball 2; Spanish Club 

J mi i < ji' Decorating Committee 3. 

Still "caters, yentle nature, earnest endeavor. 



ji di 1 11 m 1 1 11 m uiiwk 

South Weymouth Aniliition: Art "Judy" 
Burlington High School, Burlington, Vermont 1; Shelburne High 
School. Shelburne. Vexmoont 2,3; Class Treasurer 2; Honors 3; 
Softball 2; Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball Manager 2; Scorer 3; Span- 
ish Cluh 4; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Usher at Junior 
Prom 3. 

The virtue of silence, unperturbed calm, rcscricd speech. 



LAWRENC1 CHARLES Bl RICE 

Weymouth Ambition: Cabinet Maker "Larry" 
Honors j ; Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 2. 
A safe and sane driver, work is a thing for spare time, a joyful 
and cheerful lad. 

GEORGE HENRY BURGESS 

North Weymouth Ambition: I'ilot "Bird" 
Winter Track 4; Football 2; Stamp Club 2; Science Fair 3. 
True sportsman , quiet ways, dependable friend. 



ROBER I Willi \M lil RKE 

South Weymouth Ambition : Mechanic "liurkie' 
Outwardly quiet, inwardly mischievous, 
"ll'atch out for me!" 



I IM) \ IANE lil UK \(.l 

South Weymouth Ambition: Airline Stewardess 

Honors 3; Basketball -•: Softball 2; Spanish Club 3; Tennis Club 

2; Camera Club 2; Allied Youth 3. 

A merry heart, winning personality, liked by all. 



HELEN ELIZ Mil III lil RRELL 

East Weymouth Ambition: Medical Secretary 

(■regg Transcription Certificate. 60, So, and 100 words per minute 
3; 120 words per minute 4: Typewriting Certificate, 60 words per 
minute 4; Class Will Committee 4; Open House 3. 
Friend of many, sparkling with t/ood nature, always does her best. 



SHIRLEY ALICE Bl III l( 

Weymouth Ambition: Secretarial Work "Skirl" 
Orcgg Transcription Certificate. 60 and Ho words per minute 3; 
100 words per minute 4; Camera Club 3; Class Will Committee 4; 
Secretary to Mrs. Masters 3.4. 

"Crowned" with red gold, charming manner, impartial sweetness. 
li\Hli\K \ Mi \\( ES Bl RNE 

East Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator "Bibsic" 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Who's 
W ho Committee 4; Class Nominating Committee 4; Open House 
2,3,4; Home Room Messenger 1; Secretary to Miss Canning and 
Mr. Cleaves 3,4. 

Pleasing and pretty, witty and wise, lots of fun. 



PRISCILLA ELLEN ( \l\ 

Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator 

Pep Club 4; Student Council Assistant 3: Open House 1; Lunch 
Room Duty 3; Eire Drill Duty 3.4. 

Bundle of friendliness, photographer' s delight, glowing personality. 
JOSEPH R VLPH CARDINAL 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Navy "Joe" 
li'hy study t "Worriless . . . hurriless." 
A man's man. 

EDITH MUNROE CAREY 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse "Edie" 
Reserved in speech, small in size, behold — a driver! 



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RIC HARD SMITH CARS 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Navy "Rich" 
Hard worker, helpful friend, faithful companion. 

ELIZABETH MARY CARVEN 

North Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Hetty May" 

Mischievous ways, willing talker, a friend to all. 
dregs; Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Basketball 
2; Junior Party Committee 3; Junior Outing 3; Reflector Staff, Ad- 
vertising 4; State Music Festival 2,3; New England Music Festival 
j, 3; Drum Majorette 2.3. 



JOHN MICHAEL CASSESE 

East Weymouth- Ambition: Carpenter and Mason , "Jack" 
A good carpenter, the Milton Bcrlc of HIE, he likes little girls. 
Football 2,4; Class Motto Committee 4; Open House 1,2,4; Flower 
Fund 1. 



VIRGINIA CATALDO 

North Weymouth —Ambition : Airline Hostess "Ginger" 
Brimming with fun, small in size, neat and trim. 

RONALD VINCENT CAVALLO 

East Weymouth— Ambition : News Reporter "Butch" 

Gives his best, pleasing disposition, sincere friend. 
Football 1,2,3,4; Class Motto Committee 4; Junior Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Science Fair 3; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,3; Fire Drill Duty 4. 



JANET EILEEN CHALKE 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "J.C." 

A dependable worker, mild nature, sense of humor. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 and 80 words per minute 3, 
100 words per minute 4; Typewriting Certificate, 56 words per 
minute 3; Open House 3; Secretary to Miss Gloster 4. 



DOROTHY ALIDA CHAPMAN 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Office Worker "Doody" 

Faithful friend, earnest worker, always cheerful. 
Basketball 2,3; Softball 1; Tennis Club 2; Open House 2; Home 
Room Messenger 3; Attendance Slips 3. 



MARGARET ANN CHUBBUCK 

South Weymouth Ambition: Art "Maggi" 

"Coz'cr-girl" clothes, sparkling personality, enthusiastic artist. 
Honors 1,2,3; Home Room Spelling Ree Champion 1,2; Spanish 
Club 3; Class Nominating Committee 4; Junior Decorating Commit- 
tee 3; Lunch Room Cashier 2,3; Fire Drill Duty 2.3; Reflector Staff 
2.3; Art Editor 4; Delegate to Southeastern Massachusetts League 
of School Publications 2,4; Chairman of Junior Decorating Com- 
mittee 3. 



LOIs CHURCHILL 

South Weymouth -Ambition: Secretary "Lo" 

Sparkling eyes, quiet? Maybe, a jolly nature. 
Open House 1,2; Lunch Room Duty 2. 



LOUISE ELLEN CICCHESE 

East Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "IVeasy" 

The voice of experience, dancing feet, the gift of acting. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3; Ski 
Club 2,3; Class Nominating Committee 3; Junior Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Play 4. 



WILLIAM LOUIS CICCHESE 

Fast Weymouth Ambition: Priest "Bill" 

Beautiful brown eyes, crew cut, Weymouth's centre. 
Football 1,3,4; Senior Play 4; Student Council Assistant 3.4; 
Lunch Room Duty 2,3,4; Fire Drill Duty 2,3,4; Senior Play 4; 
Winter Concert 4; Home Room Messenger 2. 



JAMES MICHAEL CIGNARELLA 

Weymouth — Ambition: Maritime College "Ciggy" 

A winning smile, a sense of humor, curly hair, and oood looks. 
Projection Club 4; High School Photographer 2.3,4; Camera Club 
2; Graduation Clothing Committee 4. 




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CLA1 DIA HUDSON COBB 

South Weymouth Ambition: Housewife "Claude" 
Secretary to Mr. Cleaves 3,4; State Festival 1.2,3; New England 
Festival 1.2,3; Choir 1,2.3. 

Sivcet as honey, neat as a pin, pretty as a pieturc. 



i:d\\ [na honor \ < 0< hr \m: 

South Weymouth Ambition: Air Line Hostess "Eddie" 

.Most Holy Redeemer Central H inh. East Boston 1,2,3; Basketball 

1,2; Volleyball 1,2; Student Goverment 1,2; Library Club 1,2. 
A la mode, unassuming, lots of fun. 



\\ INIFRED ANN COFFEY 

East Weymouth Ambition: Nurse "Winnie' 
Always gay, school I take lightly, men are my hobby. 



NEAL BYRON COFFMAN 

North Weymouth - Ambition : College "The Wheel" 

A clever thinker, ambitious!' "I'll follow the nana." 
Hand 1,2; State Festival 1.2; New England Festival 1,2. 



EDITH LORRAINE COLBURN 

North Weymouth Ambition: Air Line Hostess "Tina" 

I like stock car drivers, a sweet smile, sparkling brown eyes. 
Camera Club 2; Junior Decorating Committee 3; R. H. White's 
Art Contest and Gold Key Award 1. 



CAROL ANN COLEMAN 

South Weymouth Ambition: Model 

A cover-girl figure, golden hair, sky blue eyes. 
Home Room Messenger 4. 



CARROLL LOIISE COLLIER 

Weymouth — Ambition : Nurse 

Ability to lead, smalt in sice, larijc in heart. 
Basketball 1; Who's Who Committee 4; Class Outing Committee 3; 
Junior Decorating Committee 3; Junior Party Committee 3; Science 
Fair 3. 



\I\Rt CONNOLLY 

Weymouth Ambition: Secretary 

A friend to all, whistlc whitc-you work attitude, a pleasing manner. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3; Class 
Will Committee 4; Lunch Room Cashier 1,2,3; Attendance Slips 4. 



(CATHERINE FRANCES CONNOR 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "Kitty" 

So petite, a dear person, high in merriment. 
Tennis Club 3; Home Room Messenger 1; Vocational School 
Office 4. 

MARIANNE RUTH COOPER 

Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse "Coop" 

Scat as a pin, an enthusiastic talker, a sincere smile for all. 
Honors 1; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2; Numerals 2; 
Basketball 1.2; Ski Club 2; Projection Club 1.2.3.4; Tennis Club 
1; Class Will Committee 4; Science Fair 4; Home Room Messen- 
ger 3; Rand 3.4; State Festival 2,3.4; New England Festival 1,3,4; 
Choir 1,2,3.4; Music Ways and Means Committee Secretary 2. 



NANCY ANN COYLE 

Weymouth- -Ambition: Social Worker 

Beautiful clothes, calm and content, a real friend. 
High Honors 1; Honors 2,3; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 
3; Nationwide Latin Exam Certificate of Honorable Merit 2; Emi- 
nent Merit 3; Basketball 3; Softball 2; Volleyball 2; Field Hockey 
1,2. 

ROBERT EDW ARD COYLE 

Weymouth — Ambition: State Police Officer "Bob" 
The most allergic to homework, at present the only future "cop," 
most likely to stay after school. 
Open House 1,2,4; Band 1,2. 



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JOHN JOSEPH CRAFFEY, JR. 

South Weymouth .\ml)ition: College ''Jack" 

Quiet? Polite in manner, Saturday's hero. 
Spring Track .1.3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Football 1,2.3.4; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4; Science Fair 3.4; Ticket Collector at Sen- 
ior Play 3. 

CHARLES NILES CRAWFORD 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Engineer "Charlie" 

linger to learn, pleasant and dignified, impeccably attired. 
Honors 1.2.3; Class Nominating Committee 4; Book Room 1,3,3.4. 

DONALD FRANCIS CROSBY 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Farmer . "Bing" 

Alias "Bing" Crosby, easy going, a sunny disposition. 
Honors 2; F. F. A. 2; News Staff 3; Hand 1,2.3.4; State Festival 
1.2.3,4; New England Festival 1,2,3,4. 

LORRAINE CROSBY 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Writer "Lorric" 
Laughing is my hobby, friends I have many, dark hair, dark eyes. 
Roslindale High School 1.2.3; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 
2; Softball Captain 3; Bowling 3; Swimming 3; Tennis Club 3; 
Red Cross Club President 2; Lunch Room Cashier 2,3. 



EDWIN THOMAS CROSS 

Wevmouth — Ambition: A successful business man 

A good sport, an outburst of laughter 
Basketball Manager 2,3,4. 



"Hoppa" 
vhat can I do next?" 



JAMES MICHAEL CROSS 

North Wevmouth — Ambition : 



Detective 



Sailing, crew out, a pretty girl-Ah! 
Baseball 1.2.3. Co-captain 4; Basketball 3; Football 1. 



JUDITH ANN CROWDER 

East Weymouth — Ambition 



" Sturdlev" 



"Judy' 



Secretary 

A helping hand, a true friend, personality plus. 
High Honors 1.2; Honors 3; Gregg Transcription Certificate for 
too words per minute 3; 120 words 4; Typewriting Certificate for 
Superior Skill 3; Class Motto Committee Chairman 4; Lunch Room 
Cashier 1 ; Head Cashier 2,3; Secretary to Mr. Gutterson 4. 



MARJORY LOUISE CROWDER 

Fast Weymouth — Ambition: A successful secretary to a rich wo- 
man who likes to travel much. "Margy" 

An example of reliability, always cheerful, ever efficient. 
Honors 1; Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 
3; Class History Committee 4. 

BARBARA MAY CROW ELL 

Weymouth — Ambition : Secretary "Barb" 

Quite self-possessed , charming and pretty, Al Jolson's talent. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3; Allied 
Youth 3.4: Who's Who Committee 3; Class Nominating Committee 
3; Class Outing Committee 3; Secretary to Mr. Jack 2.34; Band 2.3, 
4: Orchestra 2.3.4; State Festival 1.2.3,4; New England Festival 
1,2,3,4; Attendance Slips 4; Choir 1.2.3,4. 

JANET WALKER CUMMING 

Weymouth Landing — Ambition: Secretary "Squeaky" 

So petite, neat, sweet. 
Class Outing Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4: Student 
Council 3.4; Convention Representative 3.4; Student Council Yice 
President 4; Open House 3; Lunch Room Duty 3.4; Fire Drill Duty 
4; Maroon ami Cold Assistant Editor .*. ; Secretary to Mr. Stuart 4; 
Band and Orchestra Secretary 1,2; Victory and Dance Committee 
4; Student Committee for Guidance -Assemblies 4. 

JOAN CONSTANCE CUNNINGHAM 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Machine Operator "Joannie" 
"May I help you?" A personality not to be matched, boundless energy. 
Patrick T. Campbell Junior High 1 ; Roxbury Memorial High School 
for Girls 2; Red Cross Club 1; Music Cluh 1; Swimming Club 2; 
Junior Achievement Club 3; Open House 1,2; Class Motto Commit- 
tee 4 ; Attendance Slips 4. 

JAMES STEPHEN CURRAN 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Accountant "Jim" 
l inie takes care of everything, an easy conversationalist , studious? 
Sacred Heart School, Wevmouth 1,2; Lunch Room Duly 3; Fire 
Drill Duty 3. 




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DIANE CUSHING 

South Weymouth— Ambition Nurse "Cush" 

Outstanding in initiative, a lasting friend, ever dependable. 
Honors 2,3; Home Room Spelling liee Champion 2; Ski Ciub 1 .2 • 
Spanish Cluli 3; Tennis Club 2; Class Dues Collector 3,4; junior 
Party Committee 3; Open House 3; Lunch Room Cashier 1,2,3; 
Reflector Literary Staff 2,3.4; Delegate to Southeastern .Massachu- 
setts League of School Publications 2,3,4. 

CYNTHIA MARIE CYPHER 

.North Weymouth— Ambition: Teacher "Cindy" 

Silence is golden, so is her hair, a friendly smile. 
Cheboygan High School. Michigan 1,2; South Portland High School 
.Maine 3. 



Ml RU U CECIL DALE) 

Weymouth Ambition: Newspaper Reporter "Gunner" 
"Cars arc my hobby." He's cute; he's shy, an all-round friend. 

JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH DAL TO "Joan" 

Last Weymouth Ambition: Private Secretary ami Receptionist for 
a doctor. 

Sometimes quiet, sometimes gay, her /trades are always "A". 
High Honors 1.2,3; Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60, 80 and 
100 words per minute 3. 120 words 4; Typewriting Certificate for 
Superior Skill 3; Lunch Room, Cashier 1,2.3; Home Room .Mcsscn- 
ger 3; Secretary to Mr. (iutterson 3,4. 



PAl I MICHAEL DAI. TO 

Last Weymouth Ambition: Tradesman 

"What did I do?" Here today, gone tomorrow. Fun is his best sub- 
ject. 



ROBEK I %H HON D XMHKOSI \ 

Last Weymouth Ambition: Certified Public Accountant "Snook" 
Basketball is my sport, a sport shirt is my dress, a girl, my favor- 
ite pastime. 

Honors 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball 1,4; Cross Country 2; Class 
Prophecy Committee 4; Secretary to Mr. Raymond 4. 



\N\ GERTRUDE D.BOER 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator Andx' 

Sincere, golden highlights; ever ready as a friend. 
Home Room Messenger 2; Attendance Slips '4 ; Grade School Mts 
senger 2; Graduation Clothing Committee 4. 



I'M I LEO DeCREMER 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Carpenter 

Wins friends easily, truly witty, a great conversationalist. 
Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 1,2; Maroon and Cold Busi- 
ness Manager 4. 



ROBERT MORRISON DLL Mil N I 

South Weymouth Ambition: College "Hob" 

Hasketball is his meat. "Cot a pencil T" Terrific clothes. 
High Honors 1,2,3; Baseball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3,4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Reflector Business Manager 3,4; I'sher at Senior 
Prom 3; Band 1,2.3; Orchestra 1,2.3: State Festival 1.2,3,4; New 
England Festival 1; Book Room 1.2,3.4. 



ROBER'I WILLIAM DELOREY 

North Weymouth Ambition: Electronics Engineer 

The silent type, dependable, a stickler for neatness. 



'Bob' 



DON VLD ALBER1 DENNBON 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Contractor "Penny' 

Mr. Roy's right-hand man. class comic, wild but harmless. 
Who's Who Committee 4; Open House 1.2,4. 



MARIA FRANCES DeRLSHA 

Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator 

Full of fun; boys arc her pastime, clothes, her fancy. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 1. 



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JOHN JOSEPH DIAS, JR. 

>filton — Ambition: To own a cabinet-making shop "Jack" 
Milton should be proud of this boy. "Car.' Oh, I just not a different 
one." A friend for life. 

Honors 2; Open House 1.2; Lunch Room Duty 1.2,4. 



NEAL FRANCIS DONOV \N 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Linotype Operator 
Small but rutiticd. He has spent his share of time in the 
have my homework ready in a minute." 
Honors 1.2.4; Class History 4. 



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GEORGE THOMAS DOW D 

Weymouth— Ambition : Engineer 
"Did you do your homework t" A lot 
"Girls f — you can have them!" 
Baseball 1.2. 3.4: Senior Prom Committee 4 
tival 3; New England Festival 3. 



and participant of sports. 
Band 2,3; State Fes- 



JOHN JOSEPH DOWD 

Weymouth — Ambition: Sheet Metal Worker "Red" 
A determined little fellow, brilliant in math, the elass jokester. 
Exhibition 2; Open House 2; Graduation Clothing Committee 4. 



LEMUEL DOW ELL 

Weymouth —Ambition: Electrician 
A calm and unruffled exterior, a quiet 



"Lcm" 

voice, flood taste in clothes. 



JANICE ISABELL DOW REV 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Model 

Eyes full of mirth, a carefree spirit, better late than 



"J an ' 



DANIEL JOSEPH DOYLE 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Coast Guard Career "Pan" 

He's "Dapper Dan," a witty man. comes to school when he can. 
Football 1; Baseball 1: Basketball 1; Exhibition 1.2; Open House 
1,2; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



PETER CHARLES DRAKE 

Duxbury — Ambition: Oarage Owner 
The fastest talker of them all. Mary's 
move trees with his auto. 
Honors 2; Open House 1,2.4. 



little 



"Ducky" 
'Ducky." He tries to 



CLEMENTINE DREW 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Dramatic Actress "Clcmmie" 
Xatural talent for friendliness . tristful brown eyes, graceful beauty. 



MAR1 JANE DL EFNEV 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Stenographer "Duffie" 

Natural charm, a happy spirit, slim and trim. 
Chorus 1 ; (iregg Transcription Certificate for 60 and 80 words per 
minute 3; 100 words per minute 4: Reflector Advertising Staff 4; 
Secretary to Miss Petrucci 3.4. 



ELIZABETH ANN MARIE DUGAS 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Wave "Hetty' 

A plcasinq smile, a manner that charms all, strifes to please. 
Basketball 2: Softball 2; Volleyball 2; Spanish Club 3. 



Ml KIEL ANNE DUNCAN 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Layout Artist "Mibby" 
Sparklinq eyes and friendly heart, a boy from Braintrec on her 
nind. positive of success as a printer. 

Junior Decorating Committee 2; Senior Play Committee 4: Open 
House 1,2. 




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GEORGE FRANKLIN DUNHAM 

Smith Weymouth Ambition: Certified Public Accountant "Frank" 
Most certain to succeed, a study in spurt clothes, a man of few 
words. 



RICH Mil) S I I IM I EN l)\\ VKIl 

Kast Weymoutb Ambition: Businessman "Dick' 
Likes whiffles, is very friendly and easy to get along with. 



ROSE EACOBACC1 

Kast Weymoutb Ambition: Singer "Rosie" 
Easy come, easy go, a merry laugh, curly locks and twinkling eyes. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for <><> words per minute 3; Choir 4. 



HELEN M MIGA11ET EGAN 

Kast We) mouth Ambition : Hank Typist 

A winning smile, a ready hello, pretty and petite. 
Home Boom Spelling Bee Champion 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Typewriting 
Certificate of Superior Speed 3; Senior Prom 4. 



KENNETH GORDON EKSTROM 

Norwell Ambition: Successful Parmer "/.eke" 

The quietest of them all, a good worker, a most powerful man. 

Class Will Committee 4; Open House 2,4; Lunch Room Cashier 
a**- 



nn LLIS M Mil VN 11 ki\ 

Weymouth Ambition: Model 
A bewitching blond, as sunny as sh 
dream. 

Senior I'rom Committee 4; State Festival 2 



"Phyt" 

looks, a photographer's 

Choir 1,2. 



M WW I MBERLEi 

North Weymouth Ambition: Model "Mam" 
A tall Venw, sparkling black hair, the know-how to make friends. 
Typewriting Certificate of Superior Speed 3; Secretary to Mrs. 
Masters 3.4; Junior Decorating Committee 3. 



IIIOM ERICKSON 

Easl Weymouth Ambition: Offset Pressman "Tommy" 
Red hair and freckles. Homework is something to take up time, va- 
cation is (treat no school. 

Junior Decorating Committee Open House 2. 



JOANNE III III ERICSON 

North Weymouth Ambition: Receptionist "Jo" 
A "swell" friend, charming in manner, a smile and a t:vinkl'e. 
Honors 2,3; OreKK Transcription Certificate for ho, 80 words per 
minute 3; 100 ami uo words per minute 4; Typewriting Certificate 
for Superior Speed 3; Who's Who Committee 4; Open House 3; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 4; Secretary to Mr. Nelson 3.4. 



DON M.I) LEW IS i s lis 

Kast Weymouth Ambition: Aviation "Don" 
A tall piece of masculinity, brains and brawn, the silent type. 
Ski Club 1; Class History Committee 4; Student Council Assistant 
4: Science Fair 1: Kxibition 1; Open House 1; Lunch Room Duty 
4; Fire Drill Duty 3,4; Band 2; State Festival 2; Junior Party 
Committee 3. 



Il(\ IM. M.ON/.O ] \\ I I I 



Whitman Ambition: Carpenter 
Quiet and easy-going, a t/ood friend, a classmate to be remembered. 
Ilonois i,_>; Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 1.2.4. 



ERIC ALFRED !• ALLGREN 

Kast Wevmouth Ambition 



"Erie" 
ening to 



Carpenter 

A smart student when he's not busy, can't wait for th 
come. His new club coupe is the attraction. 
Honors 1,2; Class Spelling Hee Champion 2; Open House 1,2,4; 
Lunch Room Duty 1,2,4. 



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RICHARD THOMAS FERN VI. D 

South Weymouth — Ambition : Pharmacist "Dick" 

Beautiful blue eyes, always happy, an all-round friend. 
Hanover High School i ,2 ; Baseball 2; Student Council 2; French 
Club 1,2; Latin Club 2; Band 2; Sophomore Hop Committee 2; 
Victory Dance Committee 2; Class Outing Committee 1,2; Science 
Fair 3,4; Senior Play Usher 3; Spring Concert Usher 3. 

ROBERT KEVIN FERULLO 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Coach "Kcv" 
A blond heart-throb, personality personified , full-fledged comedian. 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2.3,4; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior 
Decorating Committee 3; Student Council Assistant 4; Science Fair 
3; Open House 3; Lunch Room Duty 4; Fire Drill Duty 4; Senior 
Play Usher 3; Winter Concert Usher 3. 

MARY WORCESTER FIELD 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 

Quiet until you know her. fashion-wise, a fine person. 
Honors 1.2.3; Home Room Spelling Bee Champioon 2; Gregg Trans- 
cription Certificate for bo and 80 words per minute 3; 100 words per 
minute 4; Class Will Committee 4; Open House 1 ; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 4; Secretary to Miss Ghiorse 3,4; Attendance Slips 4. 

JOAN MARIE FISHER 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse "Joanie" 
Her hair is her highlight. To know her is to like her, an impish grin. 
Home Room Messenger 1 ; Junior Party Committee 3. 



RICHARD DAYTON FITTS 

South Weymouth — Ambition 



-Dick' 



Engineer 

A "talllllll" boy, friendly manner, wisdom plus wit. 
Honors 1,2,3; Motto Committee 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; 
State Festival 1,2,3,4; New England Festival 1,2,3,4; Christmas 
Play 2; Winter Concert 1,2,3,4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. 

BARBARA JEAN FITTZ 

Weymouth —Ambition : Secretary in California "Barb" 
One in a million, flashing eyes and a broad smile, a charming mixture 
of sense and nonsense. 

Braintree 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60, 80, and 100 
words per minute 3; Typewriting Certificate for Superior Skill 3; 
Who's Who Committee Chairman 4; Class Nominating Committee 
4; Open House 2; Secretary to Miss Mayo 3; Secretary to Miss 
White 4. 

DOROTHY ANN FITZGERALD 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Private Secretary "Dotty" 

A pleasure to know, an ever-present smile, neat and efficient. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 and 80 words per minute 3; 
100 words per minute 4; Secretary to Miss Palmer 3,4. 

DALE FITZGERALD 

Weymouth — Ambition: His Own Cabinetmaking Shop 

Here one day — gone the next, an "all-right" lad we arc sure, jnst an 

"old smoothie." 

EDWIN DENNIS FITZGERALD 

South Weymouth — Ambition : Sj 
A lady's man, smoo, 
Typewriting Certificate for Supe 
Club 4; Class Will Committee 



:sman "Fitz" 
ic, everybody's friend. 
or Skill 3; Projection Club 3; Pep 
Student Council Assistant .1.4: 



Lunch Room Duty 3,4; Fire Drill Duty 3,4. 

JOHN MAURICE FITZGERALD 

North Weymouth— Ambition : Coast Guard Seaman " Southie" 

Dare we call him cute, a newcomer from "Southie" . twinkling eyes to 
match his sparkling personality. 

Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; 
Football Manager 2; Track Captain 1; Graduation Clothing Com- 
mittee 4. 

JANE FLATHERS 

South Weymouth— Ambition Air Line Stewardess "Janie" 
Cute as a button, dependability with no liability, a deep interest and 
sincerity. 

Honors 1,2; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Spanish Club 3; Allied Youth 
3; Class Nominating Committee 4; Science Fair 3; Home Room 
Messenger -;. 

RICHARD DAVID FORREST 

Weymouth — Ambition: Mason "Dick" 
Handsome is as handsome does, light-hearted mid witty, definitely 
not the studious type. 

North Quincy i : Camera Club 1; Baseball 1; Senior Executive 4; 
Class Nominating Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; 
Junior Party Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4; Science Fair 3; Lunch Room Duty 3,4; Fire 
Drill Duty 3,4; Usher at Senior Play 3; Winter Concert 3; Victory 
Dance Committee 4. 






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HENRY JOHN FREDRK KM)\ 

South Weymouth Ambition: Engineer "Hank" 

Class clown, pleasing personality, blond and stalwart. 
Honors -•; Football i,a. 

HON VLD \l \ \N (, \l BR VITH 

Kast Weymouth Ambition: Coast Guard Academy "Ron" 

A boy of many talents, a dependable friend, wisdom his asset. 
Homo Room Spelling Hie Champion 3; Track Manager 3. 

ELISABETH \NM. (;.M.I.\Hl K 

South Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Betty" 

.-J winsome grin, a friendly nature, the picture of sincerity. 
Honors 1. j, 3: Gregg - Transcription Certificate for 60 and 80 words 
per minute 3; Vice-President Library Club 4; Reflector Secretary 4; 
Secretary to Mr. Whitmorc 4: Library Assistant 4; Language Ap- 
preciation Program 1. 

CH MILES \l BER I (. VRDNEH 

I'lymplon Ambition: Professional Soldier "Buddy" 
A powerhouse on leys, the most sensitive student, a whi: at science. 
Honors i.j; Open House i.->,4; Lunch Room Duty j. 

JEANNI \l Mill (, VRDNEH 

South Weymouth Ambition: Career Cirl "J Connie" 

Is she ever serious f Oh. those beautiful eyes, a melodious laugh. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3; Library 
Club 4; Graduation Clothing Committee 4; Science Pair 1; Exhibi- 
tion 1; Open House 1,3; Home Room Messenger t; Library Assist- 
ant -1 ; Attendance Slips 4; Lighting for Plays and Assemblies 3. 

INC It VND M l (. \sM\. JR. 

Kast Weymouth Ambition: .Navy Officer "Randy" 
A bit shy, an even disposition , an ardent reader. 

JOHN I 1(1 1)1 RICK GATZK1 

Weymouth Ambition: Pressman "Frits" 
Known by the color and condition of his car. "I'm going to see Mr. 

Parker/' "Why do I hare to stay again f" 

Honors 1,2; Football 1. 4: Class Nominating Committee 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Open House 1 ,j. 

DON VLD S'l VN ION (, \i 

East Weymouth Ambition: Doctor "Don" 

A book of knowledge, very affectionate, always on the go. 
High Honors j.3; Honors 1; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Tennis Club r; Stamp 
Club Secretary j; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Convention Representa- 
tive 3.4; Science Fair 3.4; Exhibition 3.4; Open House 3.4; Lunch 
Room Duty 1. J, 3. 4; Fire Drill Duty L.2,3.4: Maroon and Cold 3,4: 
Home Room Messenger 1: Band -'.3.4: State Festival .1.3.4; New 
England Festival 3.4; Christmas Play Laboratory Assistant 3,4: 
Victory Dance Committee 3.4- 



\N I ||()N<| FH \N( IS (.1 \NNON| 

North Weymouth Ambition: To make a good living "Tony" 
They come in all sizes, an exhibition wrestler he could be. Tony— 
what a guyt 

Open House 1..'; Lunch Room Duty .",4. 



JOSEPH LEO CI.ENNON 

North Weymouth Ambition: Draftsman "Joe" 
"lime to comb my hair!" The Romeo of 1I1P. class movie actor. 
Senior Prom Committee 4; Exhibition 1,2; Open House 1,2,4. 



HAZEL COMER 

North Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator "Red" 

Strictly streamlined . amiable personality, dancing eyes. 
(Irover Cleveland. School 1; Hyde Park High School 2,3; Swimming 
1; Christmas Play 1; (dee Club 1; Field Day Exercises 2,3; Attend- 
ance Slips 3; Choral Practice 3; Decorating for Senior Prom 1; 
Open House 1.3. 



PHYLLIS J VNE GOODHU1 

South Weymouth Ambition 



•PhyV 



N ill se 

4 sweet voice, a carefree manner, full of cht 
Basketball 1: Spanish Club 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; 
Junior Party Committee 3; Science Fair 3.4; State Festival 1,2,3; 
New England Festival 1,3; Choir 1,2,3.4. 



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ROGER LEIGHTON GOODSPEED "Speedy" 

South Weymouth — Ambition: A Certified Public Accountant and 
Lawyer 

A gift of gab, a man of affairs, never idle. 
High Honors i; Honors 2,3. 

RICHARD CHESTER GOODW IN 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Carpenter "Goody" 

So bother at ail. a trustworthy friend, smart in many ways. 
Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,4. 



LILY CLARABELLE GRAM 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 



"Lit" 



Quiet but friendly, a cook in our midst, lovely b'lack hair 
Pep Club 4; Open House 2; Reflector Advertising 4; State Festival 
2.3; New England Festival 3; Choir 2,3; Winter Concert 2,3; 
Spring Concert 2,3. 



BEVERLY JO ANN GREMER 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Business Career 
Foot-loose and fancy free, pert and pretty, a u 
lincss. 

Camera Club 2. 



"Jo" 

arm glow of friend- 



JUDITH ANN GRENIER 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Piano Teacher "Judy" 

An infectious giggle, always active, cute and cheerful. 
Basketball 2,3; Softball 2; Open House 1,2.3; Reflector Advertising 
2.4; State Festival 2.3; New England Festival 3; Language Appre- 
ciation Program 1; Choir 2,3; Winter and Spring Concerts 2,3. 



JANE MARIE GRIBBONS 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Interior Decorator "Janic" 
The essence of daintiness, small and not tall, a capacity for friend- 
ship. 

Honors 1,2.3; Spanish Club 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Sen- 
ior Play Committee 4; Class History Committee 4; Reflector Art 
Staff 2,3.4; Delegate to Southeastern Massachusetts League of 
School Publications 2,4; Maroon and Gold Art Editor 3,4; Home 
Room Messenger 1,2. 

W ILLIAM ROYDEN GRIFFIN 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Forester "Bill" 

In stature tall, a mischief-maker, jolly to all. 
Projection Club 1,2; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Open House 3; 
Usher at Football Games 3. 



"Big Jim" 
curliest hair, a great 



JAMES WILLIAM GUALTIERI 

South Wevmouth — Ambition : Pugilist 
The tallest boy in III B, the fellow with the 
sense of humor. 

Winter Track 1,2; Cross Country 1,2; Exhibition 1,2; Open House 
1 ,2 ; Lunch Room Duty 2. 

THOMAS WILLIAM HACKETT 

South Weymouth Ambition: Electrical Engineer "Tommy" 

Bashful but friendly, a sense of humor, sharply dressed. 
Winter Track 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2; Projection Club 1; 
Allied Youth 3; Science Fair 3,4; Exhibition 3,4; Usher at Senior 
Play 3- 



kKNNETH GILBERT HADLEY 

Smith Weymouth — Ambition: Photographer 
A cheery smile, a wonderful personality. 
Science Fair 3,4; Exhibition 3,4; Band 3. 



success is 



"Ken" 
his goal. 



"Bob" 

Stay after school until 



ROBERT W ARREN HAMMARSTROM 

East Weymouth —Ambition: Pressman 
Quiet outside of school, not so quiet inside 
father notice." A whic in spelling. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2,4; Class Spelling Bee Champ- 
ions 2,4; Semi-final 4. 

JOAN FRANCES HARTE 

Weymouth- - Ambition : Secretary "Jo" 

Individual and attractive, well dressed, a quiet manner. 
Junior Party Committee 3; Open House 2. 




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shiri.i \\\ II VRVESTER 

North Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Office "Skirl" 

Reliable, ever tmc, a jolly hello. 
Science Pair i; Open Mouse 1,3; Graduation Clothing Committee 4, 



I'M I II VSSEI I 

South Weymouth Ambition: To work in a bank in Boston 

Dependable, lustitui friendship, good-natured. 
Science Fair 3,4; Exhibition 3,4. 



'Paul" 



ELEANOR EVELYN HA WES "BlUc" 
Weymouth Heights Ambition: To work in a bank in Boston 
A sunny disposition, always witling to do her share, ever on the yo. 
Science Fair 1; Exhibition" 1 ,j ; Open House 1.2,3; Reflector Secre- 
tary 4. 



FB VN< ES INN II \\\ ES 

South Weymouth Ambition: Hairdresser "Fran" 

Slim and trim, everlasting friendship, a carefree disposition. 
Science Fair ij Exhibition 1,2; Open House 1; Lunch Room IJuty 
2,3.4- 



RICHARD VARNE) HM ES . 

(Juincy Ambition: Agriculturist "Cowboy" 
I boy of quiet nature with serious thoughts, the future farmer. 
F.F.A. j. 3.4; F.F.A. News Staff 3.4. 



MARCARE1 MARj HEAVER 

East Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Honey" 

Everybody's friend, always jolting, an inviting smile. 
Softball 2; Who's Who Committee 4; Senior Play Committee 4; 



\\ \M> \ LEE HEGAH 1 > 

North Weymouth Ambition: Nurse 

A serene disposition, always cheerful, one of the best. 
French Club 4; Class Will Committee 4; Home Room Messenger 2. 
3.4- 



s n \R I HEMING^ \i 

Weymouth Ambition: Accountant "Stuie" 

A handsome youth, a cheery disposition, a ijift of "yah." 
Spring Track 1; Winter Track 1; Football i.j.3,4; Class Outing 
Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Junior Party Com- 
mittee 3; Co-Chairman Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; 
Language Anoreciation Day 1; Student Council Assistant 2,3,4; 
Lunch Room Duty 2,3.4; Fire Drill Duty .2,3.4. 



J \NI( E \I \RIE HENRY 

South Weymouth Ambition: X-Ray Technician "Slim' 
Small in si:e. with mischief in her eyes, overflowing in personality. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3: Type- 
writing Certificate for Superior Skill 3; Who's Who Committee 4; 
Open House 1,3; Secretary to Miss Flaherty 3,4. 



JOHN JOSEPH HERALD 

East Weymouth Ambition: Armed Forces "Bussy 1 

Full of humor, capable, Mr. America himself. 
Football 1.2; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,3; Student Council As 
sistant 3,4; Fire Drill Duty 3,4. 



DOROTHY MAE HERWECK 

Weymouth — Ambition: Hairdresser "Dot" 

Lautihiiui eyes, charming in manner, a helping hand. 
Basketball 1 ; Junior Decorating Committee 3. 



ELEANOR LOUSE HIRTLE 



"EIW 



Weymouth- -Ambition: Nurse 

Hitih ambition, hustle bustle, 'fit and wisdom. 
Honors 1; Nationwide Latin Exam Certificate of Honoiable Merit 
3; Basketball 2; Tennis Club 2; Junior Decorating Committee 3; 
Junior Party Committee 3; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Open 
House 3. 



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CAROLYN AMES HOLBROOK 

Weymouth — Ambition : Teacher 

A tall young lady, a wealth of wisdom, a quiet charm. 
High Honors 1.3: Honors 2: Honorary Monday Club Member 4; 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3; Nationwide Latin Exam 
Certificate for Honorable Merit 2, Superlative Merit 3; Basketball 
1,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Ski Club 2; French Club 4; Projection 
Club 1; Class Nominating Committee 4; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 
3; Reflector Literary Staff 4; Delegate to Southeastern Massachu- 
setts League of School Publications 4. 

WESLEY BRADFORD HOLMES 

Plymouth — Ambition: Builder "Holmscy" 
A good worker. Better late than never. "I'm going hunting tomor- 
row. , 
Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,4. 

ARTHUR LOUIS HOMER 

Weymouth —Ambition : Teacher "Artie" 

Keen, intelligence, dependable, still waters. 
Honors 3; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Language Appreciation 
Play 1. 

VEOLA JANE HUMPHRIES "Lola" 
South Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary and Commercial Artist on 
the side 

The patience of a princess, an infectious smile, an industrious 
worker. 

Basketball 1.2; Softball 1,2: Tennis i; Senior Play 4; Class Pro- 
phecy Committee 4; State Festival 2; Winter Concert 1,2; Spring 
Concert 1,2; Choir 1,2. 



JOHN QITNCY HUNT 

Weymouth — Ambition : Doctor 

Always joking, smiling, too, never a foe. 
Science Fair 2,3.4; Track 1,2; Football 1. 



"Johnny" 



VIRGINIA CAROLYN HUTCHISON 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Merchandising "Ginger" 

Naturally gentle, tall and trim, pleasing ways. 
Lunch Room Duty 2,3. 

WILLIAM JUDE HYNES 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Barber "Willy" 
Generosity is his aspect, an easy going fellow, difficult to perturb. 
Basketball 1 ; I'sher at Football Games 3. 

HELEN MARIE IND1NGARO 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse 

Brisk, sunny, sincere. 
Junior Decorating Committee 3; Science Fair 1.3,4; Exhibition 1, 
3,4; Open House 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; State Festival 1,2,3,4; New 
England Festival 1,3,4; Winter Concert 1,2,3,4; Spring Concert 1, 
-2,3.4- 

GLENN ALAN JACKSON 

Weymouth — Ambition: Business School "Stretch" 

Boots and saddle, "Esquire," a ready smile. 
Winter Track 1,2; Science Fair 3,4; Exhibition 3,4; Graduation 
Clothing Committee 4. 

ROBERT ERIC JACOBSON "Jake" 
East Weymouth — Ambition: To be the first one to reach Mars. 
Sparkling eyes, a merry smile, conscientious in his duties, a depend- 
able leader. 

Honors 1,3; Class Vice President 4; Delegate to Boys' State 4; 
Football 1.2,3,4; Baseball 1; Junior Rotarian 4; Class Outing Com- 
mittee Junior Decorating Committee 3; Junior Party Committee 
3; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Open House 3; 
Fire Drill Duty 3,4; Usher at Senior Prom 3. 

JOANNE CAROL JENKINS 

Weymouth — Ambition: Commercial Artist "Joey" 

An artist most apt to succeed, dependable, a true friend. 
Dorchester High School for Girls 1,2; Open House Usher 2; Art 
Club 2; French Club 2.3; Literary Staff 3; Science Fair. Honorable 
Mention 2: Honors 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Reflector Art 
Staff 4: Delegate to Southeastern Massachusetts League of School 
Publications 4; Victory Dance Committee 4. 

HUGO AUGUST JOHNSON JR. 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Farmer 

Always calm, a man of fexu words, qualities of a qood farmer. 
Basketball 2; F.F.A. 1,2,3. 




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ROBEF I \ ( \UOlA N JOHNSON 

East Weymouth Ambition: Buyer "Bobbie" 
Attractive hair, a friendly smile, tuck intelligence. 

Honors 3 ; Home Room Spelling Hce Champion i; Class Spelling 
Bee Champion i ; French Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Tennis Club 3; 
Motto Committee 4; Science Fair 3; New England Festival 1; 
Choir 1,2. 



AHTHl'R JAMES JOSEPH 

Norwell Ambition- World's Fastest Driver "Art" 
Mr. S'ajarian's boy, Arthur. For girls he does no, the comic relief 
of the senior class. 

Senior Prom Committee 4; Open House i,J,4; Lunch Room Duty 4. 

PHILIP JOS1 PH 

Norwell Ambition President of Ceneral Motors "Phil" 
"Phil" is our garage man. the most likely to blush. I'ontiae is his idol. 
Honors 1,2; Vocational School Class President 4; Class Will Com- 
mittee 4; Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 2.4; Decorating Com- 
mittee for Reception 2. 

PAUL MICHAEL KALAGHAN "Smokey" 

North Weymouth Ambition: Teacher at Weymouth High School 

The ability to do, dependable and true, boundless ambition. 
High Honors 2,3; Honors 1; Nationwide Latin Exam Certificate of 
Superior Merit 3; Baseball Manager 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 1,2; Class 
Nominating Committee 4; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; I'sher at 
Senior Prom 3; Football (lames 2.3; Football Souvenir Staff 2; 
Assistant to Mr. Hayes £t Teachers" Convention 4. 

RANDALI SPENCER KEENE 

East Weymouth Ambition: Machinist "Randy" 

Entertaining,, full of laughter, a witty tongue. 
Projection Club 1,2; Reflector Advertising Staff 4; Delegate to 
Southeastern Massachusetts League of School Publications 4. 

Ii\l(li\li \ Hi \\< Is KELLY 

North Weymouth Ambition: Dancing Teacher "Harb" 

Rhythmic and dainty, peppy and petite, pleasing to all. 
Pep Club 4; Junior Party Committee 3; Exhibition 1; Open House 
1,2; State Festival 2,3,4; New England Festival 2; Drum Majorette 
2,3,4; Attendance Slips 1; Head Majorette 4. 

JOAN MARIE KENDALL 

North Weymouth Ambition: To work in a bank 
Efficient, pleasing, contented. 
North yuincy High School 1.2,3; Drill Team 2; Spanish Club 3; 
Nurses' Career Club 2; Chorus 1,2,3. 

SHIRLEY ANNE KENISTON 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Interior Decorator "I'alli" 

Ability for art, there's fire in her eyes, "Slick chick." 
Basketball 2; Softball 2; Volleyball 2; Junior Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Home Rooom Messenger 3. 

lilt II Mil) BR] MNEH KILLOH 

North Weymouth Ambition: Navy "Dick" 
The man about tenen, a managerial sense of responsibility, helpful 
to all. 

Honors 1,2.3; Basketball 1.4; Manager Football Team 1,2,3,4; Class 
Prophecy Committee 4; Student Council Assistant 3,4; Lunch Room 
Duty 3,4; Fire Drill Duty 3,4. 

JOHN JOSEPH KINMTA 

North Weymouth- Ambition: To make a weeks pay "Fish" 
The welder of HID, the North Weymouth Casanova, the owner of 
the world's hottest "rod." 

Football 1; Baseball 1,2; Exhibition 1,2; Open House 1,2; 

ROSEM \m K \ I III I I N KNOLL 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator "Rose" 

Full of music, a quiet tone of voice, an ever-present smile. 
Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2; State Festival 3,4; New England Festival 
1,3,4; Drum Majorette 3,4; Spring and Winter Concerts 1,2; Sub- 
majorette 2. 

RICHARD EARL LANCISSJ 

East Weymouth — Ambition : To retire "Fina" 

Better late than never, a jolly disposition , friendly to all. 
Spring Track 1,2; Winter Track 2,3. 



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N \M \ IOAN LARS EN 

Weymouth -Ambition: Air Line Hostess "Swede" 

Hair of gold, eyes of blue. Mademoiselle herself. 
Basketball 1,2; Projection Club 2 ; Fire Drill Duty 3,4; Reflector 
Staff Secretary 4; Choir 1 ; State Festival 1 ; New England Festival 1 ; 
.Mr. Lyons Office 4. 



VIRGINIA JCnc.E LASSE 

North Weymouth —Ambition: Secretary "Cinnic" 

Intelligent, reserved, a tranquil heart. Virtue is her better part. 
Honors 2.3; Typewriting Certificate for Superior Skill 3; Spanish 
Club 2; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Class Prophecy Com- 
mittee 4; Exhibition 1; Open House 2; Winter Concert 1,2; Spring 
Concert 1,2; Secretary to Mr. Lyond 3.4; Orchestra 1.2; State 
Festival 1,2; New England Festival 1; Ways and Means Committee 
of Music Organizations 2; Choir 1,2. 



MICHAEL ROLAND LATUS 

East Weymouth Ambition: Contentment "Mike" 

Outstanding Qualities, mellow of heart, gifted with humor. 
Basketball 1; Golf 4; Who's Who Committee 4; Home Room Messen- 



C.AROLE MARGARET LEARY 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator 
Happy, lighthcarted , talks without end, one to call your friend. 
Junior Decorating Committee 3. 



LOIS MARY LEE 

North Weymouth-- Ambition : Secretary "Lo" 

Eyes of blue, a charming disposition , personality, too. 
Class Nominating Committee 4; Science Fair 1; Open House 1,3; 
Secretary to Miss Andem 3,4; Assistant to Mr. Lyons 3; Junior 
Party Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



ROBERT JOSEPH LEVANGIE 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Dairy Farmer 
Relax, informal, a very friendly fellow. To know 
Honors 2; F.F.A. 2,3,4; News Staff Reporter 4. 



"Bob" 
him is to like him. 



PRISC1LH ANN LITCHFIELD 

Weymouth -Ambition: Air Line Hostess "Al" 
Brazen hair, blue eyes. She's just the right sice, always szveet, ever 
neat. 

Basketball 2.3; Softball 2; Volleyball 2,3; Field Hockey 2.3; Junior 
Decorating Committee 3. 



ELLEN ANN LIVINGSTONE 

North Weymouth - Ambition : Medical Secretary 

Ellen is blithe, natural and gay. Her personality is here to stay. 
Ski Club 1; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Party Committee 3; 
Home Room Messenger 1. 

ELEANOR BEATRICE LONERGAN 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Receptionist "Ellie" 

Sparkling eyes, a eute little step. This little miss is really "hep." 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3; Spanish 
Club 3; Camera Club 1,2; Secretary to Mrs. Rogers 3: Secretary to 
Mi^s Toomey and Mr. Martin 4; State Festival 2,3: New England 
Festival 3; Drum Majorette 2,3. 



RONALD JOSEPH LONGC.HAMPS 

North Weymouth -Ambition : Linoty pe Operator 



■Ro 



A true friend and worthy of it. a quiet and serious lad. Curly hair, 
brozvn eyes. 

Open House 1,2; Lunch Room Duty 4. 



ALFRED JAMES LONGUEMARE 

Weymouth- Ambition: Cook for National Guard "Lawn Mozver" 
Who said that he zvas quiet! 1 A good fellow who likes to laugh ; Uncle 
Sam. here comes your cook. 
Exhibition 1,2; Open House 1,2. 



JEANNETTE MARIE LONGUEMARE 

Weymouth- -Ambition : Secretary 

A szveet face, a merry smile. 
Basketball 1; Lunch Room Duty 1,2 



"Marie" 
a happy-go-lucky way, 
3; Grade School Messenger 4. 




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NATALI1 H< \\( ES LOl D 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "A'ar" 

So lovely, so charmintj. It's easy to sec tuhy she is so popular 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words |ier minute 3; Basket- 
ball 2; Pep Chili .■ ; Who's Who Committee 4; Class Nominating 
Committee 3; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Party Committee 3; 
Secretary to Junior Annex 3; Cheerleader 2.3,4; Co-captain to 
Cheerleaders 4; Secretary to Mr. Roy 4. 

SH0BLE1 EL\ IK \ LOUKOLA 

Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Shirl" 

Full of fun and rest, a s:inny disposition, curly blonde hair. 
Honors 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words |>er minute 
3; Basketball 1.2,3; Softball 1,2.3; Volleyball 1.2; Field Hockey 
1.2.3; Winter Concert 1,2,3; Spring Concert 1,2.3.4; Secretary to 
.Mr. Klay 4; State Festival 2.3; New England Festival 2.3; Choir 
1.2,3,4. 

JOHN ROBEB I U NDCBEN 

South Weymouth -Ambition: Sheet Metal Worker "Red" 
South Weymouth's I'an Johnson, strong determination, to every 
ounce of work a pound of fun. 

Winter Track 1; Exhibition 1.2; Open House 1,2. 



ERIK VLFRED I I NDQ1 1^- I 

South Weymouth Ambition : Steam Engineer 



Always natural, kind. 
Spring Concert 1 ; Choir 1 . ' 



we hear; a friend sincere. 



"Lundy" 



iO\ CYNTHIA Ma< VLLISTER 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Stenographer 

Sparkling eyes, a winsome lass, a credit to the Senior Class. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60 words per minute 3; Type- 
writing Certificate for Superior Skill 3: Basketball 1; Secretary to 
Miss Murphy 3; Mis- Vining 4; Band 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; New- 
England Festival 3; Attendance Slips 4. 

I Dl I II GEB \l DIM Mai Don \l I) 

South Weymouth Ambition: Nurse "Edie" 

Gentle and shy. a dependable worker, calm, complacent nature. 
Basketball 1.2; Softball 1.2,3; Field Hockey 1,2.3: Motto Com;- 
mittee 4; Science Fair 3; 0|«-n House 3; Orchestra 1.2.3.4; State 
Festival 3; New England Festival 1. 

1 D\\ MID DANIH Mai don VLD 

Weymouth Ambition: Naval Officer "Mac" 

True to his friends, a likable "guy." Faults, few; aims. high. 
Spring Track 2.3.4; Winter Track 1.2.3,4; Cross Country 1,4; 
Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; I'sher at Football Games 4. 

CEORC1 \ l( l OK Mac DON \l D. JR. 

Braintree-- Ambition : To own a print shop "Bud" 
A joyful, helpful lad; studious, yes; but still time for fun; a friend 
in need is a friend indeed. 

Honors 1,2,4; Class Prophecy 4; Open House 1; Lunch Room 
Duty 2,4. 



SHIRLFA \NN M,( OLDKK K 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Private Secretary 



• Shirl -Cirl" 



Stylish, composed, personality plus, a hit with us. 
Home Room Messenger 4; Senior Play Committee 4. 

J \MI> \\ U I I K MacLEISH 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Comedian "Jim" 
He romps through his studies, this spry little "guy." with a twinkle 
in his eye. 

High Honors 2; Honors 1,3; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3; 
Nationwide Latin Exam Certificate of Honorable Merit 2.3; Cross 
Country 1; Golf 3; Stamp Club 2; Camera Club 1,2; Class Nom- 
inating Committee 4: Student Council 2; Science Fair 3; Lunch 
Room Duty 2: Fire Drill Duty 2.3.4: Victory Dance Committee 2. 



KEITH RODERICK MacLEOD 

Weymouth — Ambition: Builder 

Serious about school, easy to get 
Honors 1.2; Football 1.2.4: Class 
<iuet Committee 4; Oi>en House 1.2 



"Mac" 

along with, one of the best. 
Nominating Committee 4; Ban- 
4. Lunch Room Duty 1.2.4. 



MARILYN HELEN MAGLIOZZI 

North Weymouth — Ambition Stenographer or Private Secretary 

A girl so neat, winsome, sweet, and tres petite. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate for f>o and So words per minute 3; 100 and 120 words per 
minute 4; Secretary to Miss Reidy 3. 



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Malet" 
work and when 



Fire Drill Duty 3.4; 
Victory Dance Com- 



"Bird' 



JOAN PATRICIA MAHONEY 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 

A jolly disposition . a merry heart, quiet' Maybe. 
Tennis Club 1; Science Fair 1.3.4: Exhibition 1.2,3,4; Open House 
1.2.3: Band 1.2.3: State Festival 1,2,3,4; New England Festival 1.3. 
Choir 4; Winter Concert 1.2.3,4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. 

MARY-JANE MARGARET MAHONEY 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Medical Secretary "Janie" 

She's very eute. she gives off sparks and rets good marks. 
Class Secretary 4; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1 : Ski Club 1,2; Pep Club 
4: V ice- President Spanish Club 3; Class Nominating Committee 3.4; 
Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Party Committee 3: Science Fair 
3; Exhibition 3: Open House 3; Lunch Room Duty 3.4; Fire Drill 
Duty 3,4; Reflector Advertising Staff 3.4; Band 1; New England 
Festival 1; Cheerleader 3.4: Victory Dance Committee 4- 

Jl Nl MARIE MALETTE 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse 
Sometimes serious, sometimes any. knows when to 
to play. 

Numerals 3: Basketball 1,3: Volleyball 2; Field Hockey 2; Softball 
3; Spanish Club 3; Tennis Club 2; Class Will Committee 4; Banquet 
Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Junior Party Enter- 
tainment 3; Senior Rally 3; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Open 
House 3. 

GERALDINE THERESA MARCHILLO 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Office Work "Gerry" 

Little Miss Mischief, a flashing wit. bcaut\ at its best. 
Softball 2. 
ELIZABETH ANNE MARIN 

Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "Betty" 
Fifty-tzeo's pride and joy. as sunny as her hair, with "Doc" a 
grand pair. 

Honors 1.2: Class Treasurer 4; Gregg Transcription Certificate for 
60 and So words per minute 3; Camera Club 1. Secretary 2; Pep Club 
4; Class Outing Committee 3.4; Junior Decorating Committee 3,4; 
Junior Party Committee 3; Student Council 3. Assistant 4: Conven- 
tion Representative 3 ; Lunch Room Duty 3 ; 
Secretary to Mr. Erwin 4; Cheerleader 3,4; 
mittee 3. 
BOYD WOODRLFF MARTIN 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Salesman 

Handsome to behold, a lad not too tall, always in the hall. 
Camera Club 2; Science Fair 2.3; Band Manager 1.2,3,4; Orchestra 
1.2.3.4; State Festival 1.2.3.4; New England Festival 1.2.3.4. 

JOHN JOSEPH MARTIN. JR. 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Banker "Jack" 
A likeable Jack, clever and kind. His wit is the ornament of his mind. 
Cross Country i; Graduation Clothing Committee 4; Student Council 
Assistant 3.4; Lunch Room Duty 3.4; Fire Drill Duty 3.4; Senior 
Prom 3; L'sher at Football Games 3. 

MARILYN PRISCHXA MARTIN 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Private Secretary "Mai" 

A great big smile, a heart full of fun, loyal to everyone. 
Camera Club 1 ; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Reflector Art Staff 3. 

HENRY GEORGE MARVIN, JR. "Morvie" 
North Wevmouth — Ambition: To grow up to be a big man like Mr. 
Clarke 

Stow with the answers, a silent partner, a good shop man. 
Exhibition 1,2; Open House 1.2. 

ALICE MARIE MATHISEJN 

North Weymouth- -Ambition : Secretary "Dimples" 
Attraeth'c and neat, dimples so sweet, a personality that can't be beat. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate for 60. 80 and 100 words per minute 
3; Reflector Art Staff 1; Secretary to Mr. Klay 3.4. 

GEORGE DANIEL M A I SON 

East Weymouth —Ambition : Radio or Television Participant "Frits" 

Enthusiastic , smart, affable, a friend indeed, bound to succeed. 
High Honors 1; Spring Track 1; Football 1.3; Cross Country 4; 
Ski Club 2; Senior Play 4: Class Prophecy Committee 4; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4; Science Fair 3,4; Lunch Room Duty 3.4; 
Fire Drill Duty 3.4; Home Room Messenger 3; Usher at Grad- 
uation 3; Ticket Seller at Winter Concert 3; Participation in 
Rallies 4. 

DORK K VIM I N I M U RO 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Sports Announcer "Doc" 
Handsome and talented, born to lead, as captain, he met our need. 
Honors 1; Class President 4; Delegate to Hoys' State 3; Football 1,2. 
3,4; Baseball 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1; Co-Captain Football 4; Co-Captain 
Baseball 4: Junior Rotarian 4; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior 
Party Committee 3; Student Council Assistant 2; Lunch Room 
Duty 2: Fire Drill Duty 2.3.4; Maroon and Cold Sports Editor 3; 
L'sher at Senior Prom 3. 




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< MU)1 i \ Kl TH M \// \ 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 

A smile for each, a giggle at all. ever entertaining. 
Pep Club 4; Graduation Clothing Committee 4; Class History Com- 
mittee 4; Open House 1; Grade School Messenger 1. 

JEAN \\\ Mc( M il Hh 

South Weymouth Ambition: Medical Secretary "Mac" 

Bright red hair, admirable personality, a pleasing nature. 
Tennis Club 1; Allied Youth 3: Junior Decorating Committee 3; 
Science Fair 1.3.4; Exhibition 1.4: Open House 1,2; State Festival 2; 
Choir 2; Winter and Spring Concerts 2. 

W\ \1 Mill McDONOI Gil 

East Weymouth — Ambition : Stenographe. 

Next stop — Paris, full of fun and laughter, a friend indeed. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate. 60 and 80 words per minute 3, 
too and 120 words per minute 4: Typewriting Certificate, ;8 words 
per minute 4; Softball 3; Spanish Club 3; Camera Club 1,2; 
Secretary 3; F.F".A. News Secretary 3.4; Class Nominating Com- 
mittee 4; Science Fair 1,2,3: Open House 1,2,3; Secretary to Mr.- 
Hilmcr Nelson 3.4; Attendance Slips 3.4. 

M UORIE I I I I \ McDONOI (.11 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator "Margie" 
Bursting with happiness. Did someone say. "Quiet?" Spirit of 
co-operation. • 

Gregg Transcription Certificate. 60 words |ier minute 3; Library 
Club 4; Choir 4; Exhibition 3; Open House 3: State Music Festival 
4; New England Music Festival 4; Library Assistant 4. 



\(.M - I'M UK I \ McGD \ MO 

Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator 

Good-natured, quiet and s-ivcct, plus being very neat. 
Open House 1,2,3; Library Assistant 2; Office of Mr. Lyons 3,4 



'Pat" 



GEORGE JOSEPH McGLONE. JR. 

Weymouth -Ambition: Pilot 

Reserved in disposition, quiet and gentlemanly, no time for com- 
mittees. 

Football 1,2.3,4; Baseball 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Exhi- 
bition 3.4. 

M \\ J vMES Mi I M ( .1 II |\ 

East Weymouth — Ambition : Engineer "Al" 

That "Bing Crosby" smile, friendly type,, personality plus. 
Cross Country 2; Projection Club 2; Class Outing Committee 3; 
Junior I'sher at Graduation 3; Student Council 2; Science Fair 3: 
Open House 2; Lunch Room Duty 2: F'ire Drill Duty 2.3,4; 
Home Room Messenger 1,4: 

\\\| LOR] I I \ M< MOKKOtt 

F-ast Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 

Twinkling eyes, with a smile to match. Freckles arc a sign of beauty. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 and 80 words per minute 3; 
Camera Club 1.2.3; Who's Who Committee 4; Secretary to Miss 
McMorrow and Mr. Martin 3.4; L'sher at Football Games 4; Lan- 
guage Appreciation Assembly 1. 

BARB ABA \\\ McPHERSON 

Weymouth- -Ambition: Nurse "Barb" 

A cute redhead. Old Faithful to Spanish, friend forever. 
Camera Club 1.2.3; Senior Prom Committee 4: 

LI ( II I I LAI RE I rE MESSIER 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Office Work "Lou" 
Immaculate in appearance, a friend to have and keep. Variety is 
the spice of life. 
Basketball 2. 

ROBERT LOLTS MOLLA, JR. 

Norwell Ambition: To drive in the Memorial Day "500' "Bob" 

A hot-rodder, sure to succeed at the trade, a Ford man. 
Who's Who Committee 4; 0]ien House 1.2.4; Lunch Room Duty 2,4. 

ELLA MAE MOUNT AINLAND 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Psychologist "Ellic" 

Sever lost for words, mademoiselle herself, a helping hand. 
Ski Club 1 ,2 ; Junior Party Committee 3 ; Science Fair 3 ; Band 
1.2.3,4; Orchestra 1.2; State Music Festival 1.2.3.4; New England 
Music Festival 1,2.3.4: Christmas Play 2; Choir 1,2.3,4. 



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ADELA LOUISE MOWBRAY 

Weymouth — Ambition: Teacher "Delia" 

A shutter buy, happy smile, college hound. 
Projection Club 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 2.3; Choir 2; Lighting for 
Plays and Assemblies 4. 

ROSEMARY MUHLE 

East Weymouth — Ambition : Dancer 

Charming sophistication, model of fashion, artistically inclined. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Typewriting 
Certificate. 54 words per minute 3: Ski Club 1; Tennis Club 1; 
Junior Decorating Committee 3; Class Prophecy Committee 4; Sec- 
retary to Miss Young 3,4. 



ROBERT DWID MULCAHY 

Weymouth — Ambition : Business 

Man of the world, quiet reserve, an 
Honors 2; Science Fair 2. 



Tver-ready helper. 



•Dave" 



JOSEPH FRANCIS MULLEN 

Rockland — Ambition : Carpenter 
A tall quiet lad, knows 
Honors 1.2; Open House 1,2; 
Fund 4. 



his trade, always welcome 
Lunch Room Duty 1.2,4 



"Joe" 
Flower 



\ N N A THERESA MURPHY 

Weymouth Heights — Ambition: Nurse 

Charm in abundance , spirit of the 20' s, a ready suggestion. 
Honors 2; Basketball 1; Ski Club 1.2; Spanish Club 3.4; Library 
Club 2; Tennis Club 2; Junior Party Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 
Co-Chairman of Class History Committee 4; Science Fair 3; Reflec- 
tor Staff, Literarv 4; Assistant 1. 



GERARD VINCENT MURPHY 



'Gerry" 



East Weymouth — Ambition : Business 

Track — what else* Reserved type, tardy attain' 
Spring Track 1.2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2,3.4; Cross Country 1,2.3,4; 
Captain of Cross Country and Track 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Class 
Motto Committee 4; Exhibition 3. 



JOHN FRANC IS MURPHY 

East Weymouth — Ambition : Interpreter "Jack" 

Always welcome, individual personality, friendly by nature. 
Craduation Clothing Committee 4. 

VIRGINIA PATRICIA NACY 

South Weymouth— Ambition : Hairdresser "Cinny" 

Career girl, a ready smile, a good word for all. 
Exhibition 1: Open House 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; State Music Festival 
2.3.4; New England Music Festival 1.3.4; Attendance Slips' 4; 
Cafeteria Worker 3,4. 

KENNETH EDWARD NASH 

Weymouth — Ambition: College Professor "Ken" 
Conscientious in his work, particular in his dress, Kenny is one 
• f the best. 

High Honors 1,2.3; Class Will Committee 4; Usher at Graduation 
and Senior Reception 3; Science Fair 3; Usher at Senior Prom 3. 



GORDON JULIUS NELSON 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Sheet Metal Worker "Cordy' 

Marvin's answer man, the most helpful, the blond of HID. 
Exhibition 1,2; Lunch Room Duty 2.4. 



DAVID HUGH NICHOLS 

North Weymouth — Ambition: X 
Very quiet, very 



■Dave" 



,'al Career 
sincere, very able. 
Class Nominating Committee 4; Exhibition 1.2; Lunch Room Duty 2. 



ELEANOR STEPHANIE NICOLAI 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Medical Technician "Ellie" 

Ready smile, doll-size miss, always in style. 
High Honors 1,2,3; Nationwide Latin Exam. Certificate of Eminent 
Merit 3; Basketball 1.2; Softball 1.2; Tennis 2; French Club 3; 
Allied Youth 3; Class Will Committee 4; Class Outing Committee 3; 
Junior Party Committee 3; Exhibition 3; Reflector Staff. Literary 3. 
4: Delegate to Southeastern Massachusetts League of School Publi- 
cations 3,4. 





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LUCILLE MARY NOE 

Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Lou" 
Model secretary, convulsive laugh, perfect grooming. 



MXKIOKIE ELEANOR NORCOT1 

South Weymouth Ambition: Nurse "Marine" 
Friendly manner, a smile for all. Ash her and it's done. 



\NN LOUSE OVONNOH 



Mo" 



Weymouth Ambition: Secretary 

The chatterbox . sparkling eyes, mischief and humor. 
Projection Club 1,2; Secretary to Mr. Lyons 3; Home Room Mes- 
senger 1. 



JOHN JOSEPH ODONNEL 

South Weymouth Ambition: Criminal Lawyer "Jack' 
Happy-go-lucky, from care he is free. "John, report at two-thirty.' 

Basketball 1,2,3. 



GEORGE RALPH OLSON 

East Weymouth Ambition: (iolfcr "Swede' 

Sometimes he's here, the boxer with dark brown eyes. 
Typewriting Certificate. 50 words per minute 3; Football I. 



NANC1 (I URE O'Nl 11 

South Weymouth --Ambition: Interior Decorator 

Her hair is her highlight. She has a contagious smile, is known and 
liked by all. 

Home Room Spelling Ree Champion 1; Who's Who Committee 4; 
Class Dues Collector 4; Class Outing Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 
Exhibition 3. 



WALTER EDDY OSRORNE 

Marshfield Ambition: To own a Print Shop "Ozcie" 
Tall and lanky. "I bought a '37 Chevrolet yesterday." "What do 
you think I am. a scientist f" 
Honor* 2; Open House 2. 



!i\Hfi\R\ LOUSE OSGOOD 

South Weymouth Ambition: Hair Stylist "Barb" 

A seamstress, attractive appearance, a smiling face. 
Graduation Clothing Committee 4; Open House 1.3; Messenger 
for Mrs. Masters 3,4. 



P \ I KK I \ \NN O'SI LLn \N 

South Weymouth Ambition : Secretary 

Pleasant to know, short and sweet, always chattering. 
Basketball 3; Tennis Club 1 J Allied Youth 3; Pep Club 4. 



"Pal' 



STEPHEN ARTHUR O'SULLTVAN 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Air Force "Sully" 
An interesting cabinetmaker, the usher extraordinary, a t/ood sense 
of humor. 

Honors 1,2: llasketball i; Exhibition i.j; Lunch Room Duty 2. 



THERESA ELLEN O'SULLTVAN 

South Weymouth Ambition: Secretary "Terry" 

Pleasant to know, short and sweet, always chattering. 
(iregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Typewriting 
Certificate, 52 words per minute 3: Allied Youth 3; Pep Club 4.. 



ELEANOR GRACE PARSONS 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Horse Trainer "Illlie" 

Neat as a pin. talkative, sweet expression. 
Typewriting Certificate, 54 words per minute 3: Lunch Room Work 2; 
Reflector Staff, Advertising 2; State Music Festival 2. 



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JOHN PETER PASQUALUCCI 

North Weymouth Ambition: Pilot "Johnnie' 1 
A man of few words, the car salesman , eyes dark and sparkling. 
Spring Track 4; Winter Track 4: Football 1,2; Projection Cln1> 1; 
Book Room 3,4. 



KICIIMiD KIERSTEAD PAUL 

South Weymouth Ambition: Photographer "R.K." 

Music is Richard's meat. The perfect gentleman, camera crazy. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2; Manager of Winter Track 4; 
Camera Club 2,3; Class Nominating Committee 4; Science Fair 3. 



RICHARD EDWIN PEARCE 

South Weymouth- Ambition: Coach Athletics "Pick" 

Tackle. "Hid you see her?" The French student. 
Football 1.2,3,4; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Party Com- 
mitttee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Usher at Senior Prom 3. 



DOROTHY ANN PECKHAM 

East Weymouth— Ambition : Physical Therapist 



A pretty miss. 
Projection Club 1 
Lyons 3,4. 



"Chopper" 
vith personality too. truly a lover of fun. 
; Lunch Room Duty 3; Secretary to Mr. 



HAZEL LORRAINE PECORARO 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "Honey Girl" 

Small in size, large in heart, personality we'll long remember. 
Honors 1,2; (Iregg Transcription Certificate, 60 and 80 words per 
minute 3; Typewriting Certificate, 50 words per minute 3; Tennis 
Clnl) t; Camera Club 1,2; Allied Youth, Chairman of Membership 
Committee 3; Pep Club 4; Lunch Room Duty 3,4; Lunch Room 
Cashier 1,2,3,4, Secretary to Miss Stockwell 3,4; State Music Fes- 
tival 1,2,3,4; New England Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4. 



Kit \\( Is \\\ PERR'J 



of tin 



" Trannic" 
twinkle in 



South Weymouth Ambition: Private Secretary 
A jolly miss, with a gay, friendly smile. Hcwar> 
her eye. 

Honors 1.2.3; Cregg Transcription Certificate. 60 and Ho words per 
minute 3. 100 and 120 words per minute 4; Typewriting Certificate 
51 words per minute 3; Allied Youth, Executive Committee 3; Pep 
Club 4; Secretary 4; Who's Who Committee 4; Class Nominating 
Committee 4; Home Room Messenger 3; Secretary to Miss Nye 3,4. 



Jl NE M VRIE PERRI 

East Weymouth Ambition: Airline Hostess 

A gay sweet girl, with eyes of brown. There's always fun when, 
June's about. 

Basketball 3; Softball 3; Volleyball 3: Allied Youth 3: 
Exhibition 3; Open House 3. 

LILLIAN JOAN PFLAUMER 

Weymouth Ambition: Foreign Missionary "Joanie"' 

Sincere worker, faithful friend, always dependable. 
Honors 1; State Music Festival 2; Choir 2. 

DOROTHY ANN PHILLIPS 

South Weymouth - Ambition: Nurse "Dotty" 
A gentle mein, frail in appearance, firm in determination. 

JOHN FRANKLIN PIERCE 

South Weymouth Ambition: Engineer "Johnnie" 
A faithful friend, personality, ambition, ability, headed for success. 
Honors 1,3; Projection Club 1,2; Allied Youth 3; Class Will Com- 
mittee 4: Student Council 4; Assistant Student Council 3; Student 
Council Convention Representative 4; Science Fair 3; Lunch Room 
Doty 3.4; Fire Drill Duty 3.4; Usher at Senior Prom 3; State 
Music Festival 2; Victory Dance Committee 4. 

I \\\ RENCE MARCEL PILLER 

Quincy— Ambition: Air Force "Larry" 
He likes to be behind the wheel. Sparkling eyes, a friendly heart' 



UK HARD PARKER PILLSBURY 

South Weymouth Ambition: Engineer 

Built like Gibr alter, reserved in conversation , rich 

Honors 1 ; Science Fair 3. 



"Dick" 
subtle humor. 




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m \kii t \ im i rs 

North Weymouth Ambition: Modeling "Mai" 

Petite and tweet, always neat, ready for a good time. 
Basketball i ; Class Dues Collector 3,4; English Play j; Open 
House 1; Lunch Room Cashier 2; Home Room -Messenger 2. 

GEORGE HENRY PLAYER 

North Weymouth Ambition: Sports "Geotgie** 
Magnanimity is its own reheard. A perpetual friend, that's our boy 
Georijc. 

Football 1.2.3.4; Baseball t,2,3,4; Pep Cluli 4; Senior I'rom Com- 
mittee 4; Reflector Staff. Sports Editor 4; Band 1 ; Hook Room 2.3,4. 

CAROL FRANCES PORTER 

North Weymouth Ambition: Secretary 

Impeccable in her dress, peaches-and-cream complexion, a spirit 
of sunshine. 

Typewriting Certificate . Superior 3; Class Nominating Com- 
mittee 3; Science Fair 1 ; Open House 3; Secretary to Mr. KcarnS J, 4. 

ISl I II MIGNON PR O 

Weymouth -Ambition: Office Worker "Ruthie" 

Frank, frolicsome, facetious. 
Basketball 1; Softball 3; Open House 2. 

v I Ml- H I I I \\ Is I'l OPOLO 

East Weymouth -Ambition: Work in an Auto Body Shop "Pop" 

Hound to be a success, a devotee of repartee, the noisy twin. 
Honors 1.2: Football 1,2,4; Who's Who Committee 4: Student 
Council 4; Open House 1.2; Lunch Room Duty 2,4; Victory Dance 
Committee 4. 

VR HUH El BRIDGI I'l OPOLO 

East Weymouth Ambition: Car|>enter "Pop" 

Real "sharp" in shop, quiet and well liked, a good worker. 
Honors 1,2; Class Will Committee 4; Student Council 2,4; Open 
House 1.2.4; Lunch Room Duty 1.2,4; Maroon and Gold Staff, As- 
sistant to Editor-in-Chief 4. 



Jl VN M Mill I! \l I I II I 1 

Fast Weymouth— Ambition : Airline Hostess "Jcanic" 
Phosphorescent personality, expressive countenance, a wonderful 
person. 

Honors 1; Basketball 3: French Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Tennis 
Club 2; Treasurer of Spanish Club 3; Junior Party Committee 3; 
Class History Committee 4; Exhibition 3; Home Room Messenger 4; 
Attendance Slips 4. 

\ \\( 1 Jl VNN1 U \"> MOM) 

East Weymouth -Ambition: Merchandising 

A model of decorum, the picture of poise; all this and clothes too. 
Science Fair 3.4; tirade School Messenger 3.4; Choir 1. 

( \ MILIUM \l I I N HI \ 

South Weymouth Ambition: Journalism "Cathie" 
Clever with a sketching pencil, still waters, brightening everyone's 
life. 

Honors 1,2,3; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Lunch Room Duty 2,3; 
Reflector Staff, Art 4. 

M VRCAR1 I VNN REAP 

Weymouth -Ambition: Secretary "Pea" 
Those lonij eyelashes, a threat to "Peg" Trucman, interested in the 

Navy. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate. 80 words per minute 3; Senior 
Play 4; Open House 2.3; Reflector Staff. Secretary 3,4; Thanks 
giving Assembly 4. 

RON \l I) ERNEST REMONDINI 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Sheet Metal Draftsman "Jigger" 

Mr. Football, class superman, always ready with a smile. 
Vice-President 4. Football 1.2.4; Basketball 1; Exhibition 1.2; Open 
House 1,2. 



FLORENCE M\RION RIDIOI I 



Flo" 



North Weymouth- Ambition: Teacher 

Neat, neighborly, "Toni" advertisement. 
Honors 3; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3: Volleyball 2; 
Field Hockey 2; Ski Club 1; Projection Club 1; Science Fair 3; 
Exhibition 3: Reflector Staff. Literary 3.4; Advertising 2; Delegate 
to Southeastern Massachusetts League of School Publications 3.4. 



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VNNE PATRICIA RILEY 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Accountant 

A pretty lass, quiet in manner, friendly and laughing in spirit. 
Science Fair i ; Exhibition i ; Open House 2. 3. 

IEANNIE M \KION RIZZO 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Railroad Hostess "Chickie"' 
Roguish broom eyes, female "Twinkle-Toes." Her animation is the 
key to her popularity. 

Honors 1,2; Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60, 80 and too words 
per minute 3. 120 words per minute 4; Typewriting Certificate, 
Superior 3; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Tennis Club 1; Camera Club 
1; Allied Youth 3; Treasurer 3; Pep Club 4; President 4; Who's 
Who Committee 4; Class Outing Committee 3; Open House 2; Lunch 
Room Duty 2; Fire Drill Duty 3.4; Home Room Messenger 2; 
Secretary to Mr. Lyond 3.4; State Music Festival 2; New England 
Music Festival 1 ; Cheer Leader 4; Assembly Committee 4; Choir 1,2; 

LORRAINE ANN ROBERTS 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Writer "Lorry" 

A happy disposition . a witty mind, always a friend in need. 
Honors 1; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2; Graduation 
Clothing Committee 4; Science Fair 1 ; Open House 2; English Play 3. 

RICHARD ARDEN ROBINSON 

Norwell — Ambition: To race "Jets" "Pec Wee" 

The shortest of the class, the most mischievous. Kathleen's little 
"Hon." 

Open House 1,2,4. 
ELIZABETH ANN ROGERS 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator "Betty" 

Wide-eyed . neat and natty, capable helper. 
Honors 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 and 80 words per 
minute 3, too words per minute 4; Open House 1; Lunch Room 
Duty 2 ; Secretary to Mr. Cleaves 4. 

ELIZABETH ANN ROWELL 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary to a Congressman "Betty" 

Appears serene, a diligent worker, a quick wit. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60 and 100 words per minute 3; Basketball 1,2.3; Softball 
1,2,3; Open House 1; Secretary to Miss Benson 3,4; Attendance 
Slips 4. 

SYLVIA BERNICE RUMBLE 

Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse "Syl" 

Sympathetic nature, motherly type, perfect hostess. 
Spanish Club 3; Camera Club 1 ; Allied Youth Youth 3; Pep Club 4; 
Science Fair 3; Fire Drill Duty 4; Usher at Teacher's Convention 4; 
Home Room Messenger 3; State Music Festival 1,2; New England 
Music Festival 1,2; Choir 1,2. 

JOANNE SALOMA 

Weymouth — Ambition: Teacher "Jo" 

Our favorite snapshot, industrious. Blonde "bomber." 
Honors 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3; Allied Youth 3; Class Nominating 
Committee 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Council Assistant 
4; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Lunch Room Duty 4; Fire Drill 
Duty 4; Usher at Teachers' Convention 4; Mr. Whittle's Office 3. 

JOHN SELIM SALOMA, III 

Weymouth — Ambition: Business Executive "Jackie" 

Bin brother, busy beaver, staunch pal. 
High Honors 1,2,3; Harvard Prize Book 3; Spring Track 2,3.4; 
Winter Track 3,4: Basketball 1; Junior Rotarian 4; Allied Youth, 
President 3; Pep Club 4; Class Outing Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 
Student Council 1,2.3,4. President 4; Convention Representative 3,4; 
Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Lunch Room Duty 1,2,3,4; Fire Drill 
Duty 1,2,3,4; Maroon and Cold Staff. Organization Committee 2.3; 
Editor-in-Chief 4; L'sher at Senior Prom, Graduation and Reception 
3: Victory Dance Committee 2.3,1; Student Committee for Guidance 
Assemblies 3,4; Assembly Committee 4, 
Open House 1.2,4. 

NICHOLAS VINCENT SANTACROCE, JR. 

East Weymouth — Ambition : Sports Announcer "Nick" 

Friendliness, humor, ability, a terrific disposi' ion . a true friend. 
Honors 1,2; Class Prophecy Committee 4; Science Fair 3.4; Fire 
Drill Duty 3,4. , 

VINCENT JAMES SANTACROCE 

East Weymouth -Ambition: Sports Announcer "Vin" 
A scholar and a humorist, an athlete with all of man's t/ood qualities, 
tall, dark, and handsome. 

Honors 2: Football 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Who's Who Committee 4; 
Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; l'sher 
at Graduation and Reception 3; Student Council Assistant 3,4; 
Science Fair 3; Lunch Room Duty 3,4; Fire Drill Duty 3,4; l'sher 
at Senior Prom 3. 

MARILYN JUNE SCHRAMM 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Nurse "Lynn" 

Tall, sweet, oh, so neat! 
Basketball 1; Softball 1; Camera Club 3; Banquet Committee 3; 
Junior Decorating Committee 3; Science Fair 3; Reflector Staff, 
Art 3,4. 






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ELINOR M Mill S< II \l ER 

East Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator "El" 

Comedy is my weakness; first a giggle, then a hearty laugh. 
Quincy High School 1,3,3; Badminton ; Winter S porta Club 3; 
(jirl's Club 3; Pep Club 4; Secretary to Mr. Cleaves 4; Choir 4. 

Jl \\l I \ III Mil SET] ELE 

South Weymouth Ambition: Nurse "Xita" 

The spirit of amity, a joy to know, the duehess and "DUKE". 
Honors 1.3; Basketball 2; Softball, Captain 2; Projection Club 1, 
2; Spanish Club 3: Tennis Club 2 ; Camera Club 2 ; Allied Youth 3; 
Pep Club 4 ; Junior Party Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Play Committee 4; Student Council Assistant 4; Lunch 
Koom Duty 4; Fire Drill Duty 4; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3: 
L'sher at Teachers' Convention 4. 

JOHN HENRI -si \ 1 o\ 

North Weymouth Ambition: To own a gymnasium "Johnny" 
A "swell" lad, an uncontrollable laugh, shares what he knows with 
others. 

Open House 1,2; Graduation Dance Committee 4. 

N W( 1 M Mill \ 

North Weymouth Ambition: Nurse ".Van" 
Of a gentle nature, a subtle charm. A smile is the elixir of youth. 
Junior Banquet and Reception Committee 3; Science Fair 3; Ex- 
hibition 3: Open House 1.2.3; Slate Music Festival 3; New England 
Music Festival 3; Drum Majorette 2,3; Christmas Play 3; Office of 
Mr. Lyons 3. 

BARBAE \ I I 1/ Mil ill SHEPPARD 

East Weymouth Ambition: Journalism "Barb" 

I love the shade of red. A radiant smile, captivatintj all. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate, 00 and So words |ier minute 3, 
100 words per minute 4; Typewriting Certificate. Superior 3; 
Spanish Club 2.3; Class Motto Committee 4; 0;>en House 1,3; 
Lunch Room Duty 2.3; Secretary to Miss Benson 3,4; Attendance 
Slips 4; English Play 3. , 

WILLIAM JAMES SHORT. JR. 

North Weymouth Ambition: Coast Guard "Red" 
"Oh. ohf I've locked myself out attain." "dee whiz, more home- 
work!" Our favorite redhead. 

Honors 2.4; Graduation Clothing Committee 4: Open Mouse 1,2; 
Lunch Room Duty 4. 

tSHLEY HI N I Die I SIMMONS 

South Weymouth Ambition: Air Force "Ash" 

Heboid a comedian! Mixes studies with fun. always on tof. 
High Honor! 1.2,3; Class Prophecy Committee 4; Science Fair 3.4; 
Lunch Room Duty 3; Fire Drill Duty 3.4; l'sher at Graduation 3. 

« l\ I HROP CRISWOl I) Simmons 

South Weymouth Ambition: Dentist "Win" 
Quiet - until you know him. A versatile lad. scholar, friend, and lots 
of fun. 

Honors a; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Open House 1. 



K \ I 111 I I N ROSE s| () \\ 

Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator 

A quiet miss, small in sice, sweet in disposition. 
Honors 1,3; Science Fair 1; Open House 1. 



'Kay" 



m Mill in lot |s| SMITH 

South Weymouth -Ambition: Professor of English Literature "Mer" 

A witty mind, a happy heart, tireat ability. 
Honors 2; Spanish Club 3, Program Chairman 3; Who's Who 
Committee 4; Class Nominating Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 

SHIR1 El \nn sol s \ 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator "Shirl" 

A dreamer, cheery disposition . willing helper. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 1; Reflector Staff, Secretary 4; 
Home Room Messenger 3; State Music Festival 2; New England 
Music Festival 1.2. 

STANLEY li \M()N SP UN 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Farmer "Porky" 
A bit on the plump side, a bit more on the witty side, always on 
our side. 

Band 1,2; State Music Festival i.j; New England Music Festival 

1,2. 



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THELMA JUNE SPRAGUE 

SouthWeymouth- Ambition: Airline Stewardess "Thel" 
I am laughing and gay with a friendly -cay. I take things easy— 
as they eome 

Allied Youth, Vice-President 3; Pep Clul> 4; Junior Decorating 
Committee 3: Fire Drill Duty 3.4; Home Room Messenger 3; State 
Music Festival 3; New England Music Festival 3; Substitute Cheer 
Leader 2; Attendance Slips 3. 

PHILIP PATRICK STELLA 

Weymouth — Ambition : Carpenter "Phil" 
He burns up the road. Everyone's friend, a taxi driver with a 
conscience. 

Senior Prom Committee 4; Lunch Room Duty 1,2.4; Open House 
1.2,4- 

SYLYIA FLORENA STEPHENSON 

North Weymouth- -Ambition : Secretary "Syl" 
Competent in everything. Precision is her watchword. Every inch a 
student. 

Honors 1,2.3; Ciregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 
3; Typewriting Certificate. Superior 3; Open House 1; Secretary to 
Mrs. Driscoll 3,4; State Music Festival 3; New England Music 
Festival 1,3; Choir 1,2,3,4. 

CLAUDE ROBERT STONE 

Hingham — Ambition: Airplane Mechanic "Bob' 1 
Calm and eolleeted, "Uncle Milty's" Texaco man. "When is our next 
day off?" 

Open House 1.2,4; Lunch Room Duty 4. 

GRACE Al'RORA STUDER 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Singer "Grade" 
A diminutive songstress, an af/ile miss, enhancing everyone she meets. 
Honors 3; Gregg Transcription Certificate. 60 and 80 words per 
minute 3. 100 words per minute 4; Science Fair 2; Lunch Room 
Duty 2,3; Fire Drill Duty 4; Secretary to Mr. Cleaves 3; State 
Music Festival 3; Choir 2,3. 



"Shirl" 
Hut when her humor 



SHIRLEY CHRISTINE SULLIVAN 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary 
Quiet and unassuming, "worriless," "hurrile 
starts! 

Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per minute 3; Attendance 
Slips 4. 

RUTH CHARLOTTE SUNDIN 

Weymouth- -Ambition : Bookkeeper "Ruthic" 
Pretty red hair, without the temper: her giggle moves all to laugh. 
Softball 3; Projection Club 1; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Open 
House 3; State Music Festival 3; New England Music Festival 3; 
Attendance Slips 3,4. 

GORDON GEORGE SWANSON 

Weymouth — Ambition : Hotel Business "Swanee" 

A "Sweety Swede," a "Dan-Dan" dandy, best ever. 
Honors 1,2; Typewriting Certificate. Superior 3; Student Council 
Assistant 3.4; Exhibition 3; Open House 3; Lunch Room Duty 3,4; 
Fire Drill Duty 3,4; Usher at Winter Concert 3; Hook Room 3.4. 

RUTH SWART 

Weymouth- -Ambition : Secretary "Ruthic" 
Enthusiastic in her work, caiicr to co-operate, of a sagacious nature. 
High Honors 2; Honors 1,3; Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 
and 80 words per minute 3, 100 and 120 words per minute 4: 
Basketball 1.2,3; Softball 1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2.3; Field Hockey 1.2.3. 
Spanish Club 2.3; Graduation Clothing Committee 4: Open House 1 ; 
Secretary to Mt. Hilmer Nelson 3.4; F.F.A. News, Publisher 4. 



FRANCIS LEWIS SWIFT, JR. 

North Duxbury— Ambition : Carpenter 
Works in earnest. He won't "fto steady." A 
Open House 1,2,4; Lunch Room Duty 1,2.4. 



"Swifty" 
quiet fellow at times. 



M VRILYN JEAN SYLVIA 

Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "Mai" 
The picture of perfect repose, a genuine sincerity, a study in suits. 
Honor? p; Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 1.2; Gregg Trans- 
cription Certificate. 60 words per minute 3; Home Room Messenger 1 ; 
Secretary to Miss Nye 3,4. 

BR1 CE STATHAM TAYLOR 

Weymouth — Ambition : Salesman 

One who can sing and laugh a lot. With Bruce, fun always hits 
the spot. 

Manager of Track 1,2; Tennis Club r; Hand 1.2; State Music 
Festival 1,2,3,4; New England Music Festival 1,2,3.4; Choir 1,2,3,4. 
























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TIMOTHY HENRY TAYLOR 

East Weymouth— Ambition: Dairy Industry • • /in v Tim" 

Tall in stature, friendly in nature. He may seem sh\ unless you 
know him. 

Football 2,3; F.I". A. 1,2,3,4. President 4; Basketbal 
Swimming 4; Science Fair 2,3. 

ROBERT LYNWOOD I F. AGUE 

North Weymouth -Ambition: Priming Business "Bob" 
Quiet in his men sort of way. Busy? That isn't the word for it. Bob 
is a lot of fun. 

MARIE ANTOINETTE TEDESCO 

Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "Toni" 
The custodian of foist;, the paragon of sincerity, with tranquillity 
of mind. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 and 80 words per minute 3, 
100 words per -minute 4; Pep Club 4; Secretary to Mr. Jack 3.4. 

WILLIAM HAROLD THOMPSON 

Weymouth Heights Ambition: Mechanical Engineer "Bill" 

Sinner, scholar, athlete too, an all-round qood fclloxe. 
Central Junior High School. Quincy, 1; Honors 1,3; Spring Track 
ni \ U, "' er Track 2: Football 1.2.3.4: Basketball 3.4; Projection 
Club 1; Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 
Class Outing Committee 3; Junior Decorating Committee 3; Student 
Council Assistant 3,4: Science Fair 3; Fire Drill Duty 3.4; 4-C 
3.4; 4-C Club 3. 
Club 3. 

IOAN SYLVIA HAND 

Weymouth Heights Ambition: Airline Hostess "Jo" 

Atomic energy, accent on clothes. The eves hare it. 
Girls' Latin High School. Boston. 1; Basketball 1,2; Softball 2; 
Field Hockey 1; French Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3.4; Camera Club 
2.3,4, \ ice- President 4; Treasurer 4; Class Dues Collector 4; 
Class Prophecy Committee 4: Student Council Assistant 4; Science 
Fair 3; Fire Drill Duty 3,4; Reflector Staff 4. 

JERRY LOUIS TOBEY 

Weymouth Ambition: Doctor 

A true "Dcrchc," 120 pounds of dynamite, a manly stride. 
Class Will Committee 4; Student Council Assistant" 4: Science 
Fair 4: Lunch Room Duly 4; Fire Drill Duty 4; Usher at Senior 
Prom 3. 

1)1 NNIS l.DW Mil) rOOHER, Jli. 

South Weymouth Ambition: Navy "Denny" 

Shy, quiet, a carefree lad. 
Spring Track 2,3.4; Winter Track 2.3,4; Graduation Clothing 
Committee 4; Science Fair 3,4; Exhibition 3,4. 

VERA EUGENIE TOTMAN 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Secretary "Genie" 

A quiet miss, studious too. a friend to all who know her. 
Gregg Transcription Certificate. 00, 80 and 100 words per minute 3. 
120 words per minute 4; Softball 2; Spanish Club 2; Tennis Club 1 2' 
Open H ouse 3! Reflector Staff. Art 3; Secretary to Miss Silvester 3,4. 

WILLIAM HASTEN TRUDELL 

North Weymouth Ambition: Baseball Player "Bill" 

A happy heart, a friendly way, true to his word. 
Spring Track 3.4; Winter Track 2.3a; Cross Country 3,4; Pep 
Club 4: Senior Prom Committee 4; Usher at Football Games 2; 
Student Council Assistant 4; Science Fair 3,4; Lunch Room Dutv 4; 
Fire Drill Duty 4. 

( \H01 \\\ I HI EM W 

North Weymouth -Ambition: Buyer 

Wit at its peak, a hearty laugk, a versatile lass. 
Honors 3; Basketball 1.2; Softball 1; Volleyball 1.2: Field Hockev 
1.2.3; Ski Club 1.2; Projection Club 1,2; Tennis Club 1,2; Allied 
Youth 3; Pep Club 4; Class Prophecy Committee 4; Senior Play 4. 

JOHN RICHARD TRUE.MAN 

North Weymouth — Ambition: Engineer "Jack" 

Saturday's hero," a shy smile, a sparkling eye. 
Football 1.2.3.4; Baseball 1.2,3,4; Alabaderche Club "3.4; Student 
Council Assistant 3.4; Lunch Room Duty 3.4; Fire Drill Duty 3.4; 
Assistant at Teachers' Convention 4. , 

CLAIRE < ^ N I HI \ TC KIS 

Weymouth Heights — Ambition: Merchandising "Cyn" 

Charming reserve, captivating (trace, prettiest iiirl we knmv. 
Honors 1.2.3; D.A.R. Candidate 4: Nationwide Latin Exam, Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 3, Certificate of Superior Merit 4; 
President of Southeastern Massachusetts League of School Publi- 
cations 4; French Club 3; Allied Youth 3; Class Nominating 
Committee 4: Student Council Assistant 4; Science Fair 3; Lunch 
Room Cashier 1; Fire Drill Duty 4; Reflector Staff 2,3,4; Choir 2. 



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georce edwin tirnqust 

Weymouth — Ambition: Navy "Turny" 
Tall in s'atttrc, quiet in his ways, speaks little unless spoken to. 
Science Fair 2.3; Exhibition 2,3: Hand 1.2.3,4; Orchestra 1,2.3.4; 
State Music Festival 1,2,3,4; New England Music Festival 1,2.3.4. 



NATALIE ELIZABETH TUTTLE 

South Weymouth- -Ambition: Secretary "Nat" 

Nimble wit, heart breaker, sophistication personified. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 3; Rasketball 1.2,3; Softball 
1,2,3; Senior Play Committee 4; Open House 1; Attendance Slips 4. 



ELIZABETH ANNE VENO 

East Weymouth — Ambition : Nurse "Betty" 
Personality that can't be beat, dignity at its very peak, disposition 
that makes her sweet. 

Basketball 1.2,3; Softball 1; Tennis Club 1; Allied Youth 3; Junior 
Party Committee 3; Student Council 3.4; Convention Represenative 
3; Science Fair 3; Exhibition 3; Maroon and Gold Staff 3; Atten- 
dance Slips 1; Victory Dance Committee 3,4; Athletic Dance Com- 
mittee 3.4; Student Committee for Guidance Assemblies 4. 



BRADLEY ALLEN YINING 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Civil Engineer "Brad" 

Studious, happy-go-lucky, nezvspapcr reader. 
Summer High School. Holhrook. 1 ; Class Vice-President 1 ; Grad- 
uation Clothing Committee 4. 

KOBER'I ERNEST WAIBLINGER 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Engineer "U aiby" 

Prince charming, gencrcus friend, loyal in all ways. 
Burlington High School, Burlington, -Massachusetts. 1; Honors 1,3; 
Class President 1 ; Science Fair 3. 

EDWARD ALOYSIUS W ALSH, JR. 

Weymouth — Ambition: Sheet Metal Foreman "lid" 
Mr. Clarke's favorite boy. Time for another "cat nap". Butter helps 
to smooth the way. 
Football 1; Open House 1,2.4. 



JEAN MARIE W ARD 

East Weymouth — Ambition: Telephone Operator "Jeaunic" 

A dainty little miss, responsible, truest of friends. 
Home Room Spelling Bee Champion 2; Basketball 3; Softball 3. 



MYRNA WATSON 

East Weymouth \mbitiou : Buyer 

Blonde and blue-eyed, dignified ioo. lover of laughter and fun-. 
Camera Club 1; Allied Youth. Secretary 3; Pep Club 4; Fire Drill 
Duty 4; Secretary to Mr. Stuart 4; State Music Festival 1.2.3; New 
England Music Festival 1,2.3; Typewriting Room Clerk 3,4; Choir 
1,2,3- 

BLANCHE ULA WEBBER 

South Weymouth— Ambition : Secretary 

You'll know Blanche is friendly, carefree, and gay for she chews 
her (turn in a merry way. 

High Honors 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate, 60 words per min- 
ute 3; Typewriting Certificate. 50 words per minute 3; Rasketball 1: 
English Play 3; Secretary to Mr. Martin 4. 

WALTER FRANCIS WHITE 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Naval Officer "Walt" 

Winning grin, fancy free, forceful manner. 
Science Fair 3,4. 

KENNETH ROBERT WHITTEMORE 

South Weymouth — Ambition: Radio and Television Work "Ken" 

Amity, ambition, ability. 
Allied Youth, Program Committee 3; Class Motto Committee 4; 
Junior I'sher at Senior Prom and Reception 3 ; Laboratory Assistant 
3,4; Csher at Teachers' Convention 4. 



MALCOLM CAREY WILEY 

North Weymouth -Ambition :Engineer "Mai" 
Quiet in manner, friendly in spirit, a man to be admired. 






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B\KB\R V VNNE WILL 

North Weymouth — Aw 

MMM i ! English 



JOVS \NN ailllAVI> 

North Weymouth- Am 



in : Krceptinnist 
rxeetnest l,nahle lajj. 

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Hon 



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trne friend. 
French Clnlj J ; 



airue of School Kuhlieations j.4; 
A - -i -r . i.r i ; V ietory Dance dm 



KONhMvHIr. ELI/ABF.'I'H VIINM KH 

Weymouth Ambition : Secretary " fti%sm" 

TvrimkHno ijm, mstienlomi in A*r drett, meetett-tempered of all 

Honor* i ; f.reiiu Transcription Certificate, 6n and So words per 
minute J. iiu worrit per minute 4; Pep Clah 4; Secretary to Mr. 
Jack 



MVKION I.OI l->L WOI.MV* 

East Weymouth Ambition: Telephone Operator 

HatUnt pal. amiable friend, congenial, conversationalist 
Open House I,a.jr4; Attendance Slips 4. 



JO\S B VKB U V VWXJD 

P*'**1 face, friendly and meet, a taelcome addition to W .US. 
lir » kt..n Hurh Srhi/ol. Brockton, i,j,j; Library Monitor J. A CapeUa 
Choir i^j; Reflector Staff. Advertising 4. 



DORI^ J\Nr MHK.H1 

East Weymouth Ambition: florae Ti 
Qmut. carefree, mm 
' •reirg Transcription Certificate, 60 « 
Room Duty 1; State Music Festival 1. 



nte 1 ; Lunch 



IILNK^ 1H \N< l> ^ EOM \\> 

Ease Weymouth -Ambition: CmMHM 
. t/r. ,1 yi M f/t,- nurr. "C#W, /M./ tie « 
/*i trt/A a . } «i«-f manner 
Honors i.j^i; Who's Who Committee 



*t "Harry" 
tr is all right, but — " A good 



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THE PERFECT SENIOR 



GIRL 



BOY 



HAIR 

eyes 

SMILE 
INTELLECT 



Elizabeth Marin 
Natalie Loud 
Marilyn Smith 
Marjorie Bender 



CLEVERNESS Margaret Chubbuck 



DIGNITY 
III MOR 
DISPOSITION 
VOICE 



\ancy O \,d 
Louise Cicchese 
Marilyn Martin 

(•race Sltitltr 



SPOR1 SMANSHIP Mary-Jane Mahoney 
FRIENDLINESS Joan H illiams 

CLOTHES Nancy Larson 

PEP Mary-Jane Mahoney 

TRUSTWORTHIXKSS Jeanne Riszo 
COMPLEXION Carol Porter 



FIGURE 



Dorothy Peckham 



HAIR 

EYES 

SMILE 

INTELLECT 

CLEVERNESS 

DIGNITi 

III MOR 



I incent Santacroce 
Stuart Hemingway 
Robert Jacobson 
John Saloma 
Paul Kalaghan 
Dorick Maunt 
Richard Forrest 



DISPOSITION Nicholas Santacroce 



VOICE 



H illiant Thompson 



SPOIM S M WSIIIP Dorick Mauro 



WW ETE 

CLOTHES 

PEP 

DEPENDABILITY 

COMPLEXION 

BRUTALITY 



Richard Paul 
Robert Delahunt 
H illiam Cicchese 
John Saloma 
H illiam Trudell 
Richard Pearce 



HIGH HONOR ESSAY 

THE 

NECESSARY 
CODE 

Marjorie Libby Bender 




r K.\Ri .\ live thousand vears ago, when the heroes and prophets of the Old 
Testament were first preaching the word of God. Isaiah, one of the wisest, 
expressed his lofty vision of a |>eateful and united world in the prophetic 
message that foretold that the time would tome when: 

Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, 

Neither shall they learn war any more." 
Toelav we arc still grasping for that precious gift of peace and looking forward 
to the lullfillmcnt of that ancient promise. 

The centuries that >pan the generations between Biblical times auu the mod- 
ern dav have seen many phenomenal accomplishments in a constantly changing 
world. Man has achieved virtual miracles in every conceivable field. Travel 
has increased from nomadic wanderings of pastoral tribes to flights that cir- 
cumvent the globe in a matter of hours. Science and medicine have advanced 
from inaccurate philosophical reasonings to vast programs of research and stuch. 
which toda) have raised the health standards on every continent. Mechanical 
devices ol almost miraculous advancement have released the body from physical 
enslavement, giving man a much freer, easier life — a life that grants him 
opportunity to create and enjoy new comforts and luxuries. 

Vet for all these concrete examples of unparalleled progress and success, 
discovered and invented over vears of struggle and privation, and culminating 
in our advanced and cultural world ol today, we have not yet found the needed 
essence to create universal peace, although dictators and evil leaders have ever 
been combatted. 

Somewhere, somehow, a link has slip|jecl: we have failed in our duty; in 
some wav we have been blind to our obligations and have not grasped our 
opportunities. In the contused complexitv of life we have stressed material 
progress over all else. The status of a nation is determined by the size of its 
armies and bv the machines of war and destruction: individual power and 
prestige, by the extent of a person's bankroll and property. Indeed, it seems 
as though the fault lies in the warped set of standards by which we live. 

Abstract qualities of justice and equalitv can do more to set the course 
of destiny dian any human conception. If we wish to attain true peace for all 

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people, we must acknowledge that patience, kindliness, and fortitude are the 
motivating forces behind man's advance; and that love and faith can lead 
people from the path of error to that of righteous action by fanning the spark 
of Divine Presence within them. We need to turn our minds from the dictates 
of our imperfect world and seek spiritual guidance. Man's code for peace in- 
volves great armies and navies, extensive fortifications, huge sums of money, 
and the sacrifice of innumerable lives; while the code of God is "to do justly, 
and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God." How much more 
simple and perfect is the way of the Almighty. How flawlessly patterned to 
envelop all His children, regardless of nationality or creed. 

We have gained much over the centuries; a wiser world has conquered 
man) far-reaching horizons. Distant lands have become close neighbors as more 
extensive invention has enabled nations to transcend physical barriers. Still we 
have not yet realized that true and lasting peace prophesied for the world, 
because nation has not yet learned how to live peaceably with nation in the 
complete harmony of justice and understanding. Not until we have learned to 
practise God's teachings shall war be eliminated and shall we experience true 
peace that will enable all nations to be as a rainbow, reflecting beauty and 
blending the world together in the light of God. 



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HIGH HONOR ESSAY 



AMERICA 

at the 

CROSSROADS 

Robert Morrison Delahunt 




TPime continues in its stead) march— a march ol progress, it is called, improving 
the world in many different ways, but always leaving behind many un- 
solved problems, problems seemingly far greater than those of our inheritance. 
At present, we might say that there are three vital crossroads leading to a world 
peace, but each has its impediments. 

The first of these roads is the one leading to Europe, where a primary 
obstacle is encountered. After World War I the Allies established Germany as 
an independent republic, believing that a country, so impoverished, would never 
again use its power to jeopardi/e the world. No one was ever more disillusioned; 
within the space of twenty years, German) seized the sword of aggression and 
began the invasion of the Baltic countries. In 1915, we again conquered 
Germany; once more the problem of governing the vanquished power arose. 
Then it was agreed to divide the country into sectors among the Allies, the 
result being the creation of a situation ol serious consequence. East Germany, 
itself a small country, has replaced Na/iism with Communism. The rest of the 
satellite countries are being racked by the scourge ol Red domination and, 
as a result, many border troubles have arisen. Behind most of these struggles 
is Russia, whose success today is attributed chiefly to the fac t that the prevail- 
ing economic conditions after World War II compelled many nations to accept 
her leadership. 

The second crossroad leads to Asia where an unusually serious hindrance 
is present. We had once conquered the North Koreans, but we are being con- 
fronted by a new and grave threat, as hordes of Chinese Reds pour across the 
Manchurian border to aid the rapidly disintegrating North Korean army. Other 
incidents have occurred in French Indo-China, where, alter six years ol fighting 
the native Communists, the French have withdrawn their forces, despite the lact 
that the United States has granted them millions ol dollars in aid. We wonder 
if we should make father allotments, which, in the past have been seemingly ill 
spent. In Japan another crisis is foreboding. The United States has re-established 
the industrial potential ol that country, but the big businessmen in America 
have, through political influence, clamped protective tariffs on Japanese goods. 
As a result, with whom can Japan trade? The one and only logical answer is 



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Russia or Communistic China. II this should come about, there is no doubt 
that in the Euture more and frequeni Korean-type situations will arise. 

The remaining crossroad, to my mind, conducts us to America, the onh 
one ol the major powers in World War II that was Free from hostile attack. The 
people ol America were spared the ravages of disease, hunger, devastation, and 
despair which afflicted millions in the countries of the Old World. Being the 
richest and most powerful of all nations, she has the resources to lead the 
inauguration of an era ol peace. We are ashamed to say, however, thai the 
manifestation of corrupt policies practised by our government officials shows 
to what a low ebb the ethics of many in important positions have been lowered. 
We all should be faithful in the practice of economy, industry, and honesty, so 
that we shall be going forward toward the fulfillment of the ideals ol out 
founding lathers, who set up the principles of collect living and honest enter- 
prise. 

These three problems — that of our affairs in Europe, the Korean situation, 
and the dishonesty in trade and government within our own country — are not 
the only barriers impeding our advance, but are probably the most significant. 
In the words ol Abraham Lincoln, the man who guided our country through 
a great crisis. 

"In your hands, fellow students, lies the future of our country." 



/'age Fifty-five 




"Roll on, thou deep and dark blur ocean, roll! 
Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain; 
Man marks the world w ith ruin. — his control 
Slops with the shore ." 

Lord Byron 

J^own through the ages man) and varied have been the changes, effecting a 
progress, rich in advancement, resulting in the world of today. As primitive 
man began to develop, he constantl) sought wavs of improving living conditions 
In utilizing all resources. From earliest times natural raw materials have been 
used to build shelters, secure warmth, and provide weapons to encounter any 
threat to existence. 

Early inventions, such as the wheel, enabled man to travel, thus allowing 
a better acquaintance with people and surroundings. Progress, however, gave 
birth to numerous problems, the- solution ol which could be found only by 
additional invention. Marked advance was made' not only in material, but also 
in mental development. Soon the art ol writing was introduced, making possible 
recorded history. Then barbarian civilizations gave way to the more cultured 
Graeco-Roman period, when ethics began to undergo definite changes. Although 
seemingly crude attempts at democracy, the Greek City States and Roman 
Republic were the first experiments ol a people's government. During this time, 
despite the persecutions ol an expanding empire, Christianity was founded. 
Trade, art. and literature all took a firm looting, but their influence was 
impaired bv the general decline of morals. 

From the collapse of the Roman Empire to the modem era. the so-called 
Western World experienced a pe riod oi complete disinterest in < ulture, commonl) 
referred to as the "Dark Ages." No noticeable steps foward were made in this 
interval ol six hundred years until late in the period, when the Roman legal 
eode. the foundation of modern jurisprudence, was first taken into consider- 
ation. The Renaissance, the rebirth of interest in art and learning, was a time 
of discovery, producing such great men as DaVinci, Galileo, Vesalius, Copernicus, 
and. later, Newton, whose inventions and theories fill the pages of medieval 
history. 



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Shortly alter the discovery ol America, the Reformation. begun In Martin 
Luther, resulted in the long series of religious wars, producing many significant 
changes in Europe. The rise oi modern science and philosophy caused a rapid 
growth which led to a period ol exploration, ending in the founding ol the New 
World. Having profited by the mistakes ol her mother countries, the United 
Slates has grown miraculously, now claiming world supremacy and leadership. 

At present, it appears that modern man. with such a fund of knowledge, 
has overstepped his sphere ol control. Recent products of his mind, nameh the 
atomic weapons and bacterial warfare, are possible means of destroying ever) 
advancement. Although successful in increasing life span to an almost unbeliev- 
able length, the scientist ol today is unable to halt the wars and threats of war 
which constantly interrupt his work. 

Man cannot change the ultimate destiny of the world. He may build cities 
and destroy them, yet the late ol the universe lies with the Creator. God does 
not wish to see man perish; therefore we may look forward with faith and 
courage. Before us are the same type ol problems which have laced American 
youth tor many years. 

God has watched over all and. with His aid, the world has ever settled 
the most serious difficulties. Facilities ol education have increased; so let us hope 
that man. too, has grown proportionately, and that we can successfully assume 
the responsibilities of this atomic age. 



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t. Margaret Chubbuck; 2. Front: Mary Field; Second row: Carrol Collier. Jane (.ribbons, Janet Cumming; Third 
row: Betsy Buchanan, Anna Murphy. Janice Brown, Diane Cushing; 3. Marjorie Bender; 4. First row: Shirley Harvester. 
Marilyn Martin. Margaret Heaver, Helen Egan; .Second row: Joan Tiano, Wanda Hegarty, lean Rafferty; Anne 
McDonough, Amu McMorrow; (i. Jeanne Ri//o. Grace Studor; 7. Silvia Alemian, Mary Field, Ann O'Connor, Nanc] 
O'Neil; 8. Lois Lee, Shirlej Harvester, \anc\ Shea; 9. William Thompson; 10. Peter Bisognano; 11. lane Flathers, 
Linda Burrage, Mary-Jane Mahoney, Juan Williams. Margaret Chubbuck, Janice Brown, Carrol C llier, Danne Cushing; 
12. Mary-Tane Mahoney, Elizabeth Marin; 13. Marilyn Sylvia: 14. First row: Henrv Frederickson, William Cicchese, 
John Craffey, John Saloma; Second row: George Dowd, George Player, George Matson; Third row: Robert Jacobson, 
Dorick Mauro; Toj>: Alan McLaughlin; 15. Joan Harte; 16. Ka> Bcrgwall; 17. Bctsv Buchanan, John Murphv; 18. 
Jeanne Rizzo, Ha/el Pecoraro; 19. Vincent Santacroce, 20. Kevin Ferullo; 21. Jeanne Rizzo, Barbara Kellev; 22. 
Shirley Kcni-ton. Helen Egan; 23. Thomas Hackett; 24. Mary-Jane Mahoney. Norman Wright; 25. Grace Bailey, 
Marilvn Sylvia. Joanne Saloma; 26: 1. Margaret Chubbuck; 2. Carol Leary; 3. Joy MacAllister; 4. Lois Churchill; 5. 
Geraldine Marchillo; 6. Bettj Brown: 7. Virginia Nagey; 8. Marilyn Schramm; 9. Kevin Ferullo; 10. Lorraine Roberts, 
11. Elizabeth Rogers; 12. Paul Hassett; 13. Charles Crawford: i4. Joseph Gomes: 15. Roger Goodspccd; 27. 
Prp't Sch—1 \'II1 — First row: Catherine Rea, Nancy Raymond. Jane Flathers. Eleanor Nicolai. Herbert Martin. 
Robert I)' Ambrosia. Donald Gay; Second row: Jeanne Gardner. lane Malette, Linda Burrage. Thelma Snrague. 
Nita Settele, Elizabeth Gallahue; Third row : Peter Bisognano, William Griffin. Robert Jacobson. Joan Birmingham. Frances 
Perry; Fourth row: James Matatall, Roberta Johnson. 




Reflector Staff 



^he past year of Reflector publication has seen many innovations 
in the style and arrangement oi material, especially in this final 
yearbook issue. The staff, with the tireless co-operation and support 
ol the faculty advisers, has attempted to bring a more informal edition 
to the student body. In January, all Reflector departments combined 
efforts to be a gracious host to the second annual meeting of the 
Southeastern Massachusetts League of School Publications. Members 
also enjoyed attending the Globe Press conferences, espcciallv the 
one at which Taft and Kefauver addressed the group. 

We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the advisers and students 
alike, who have made our Reflector magazine successful. 




rjpus past year the Student Council has been active in improving 
Weymouth High School for the pupils. Besides organizing the fire- 
drill squad, and keeping the lunch room in order, they have sponsored 
the Halloween and Victory Dances. Members worked with the faculty 
and cheerleaders to present a number of varied assemblies throughout 
the year. The sale of book covers and class pins was also managed by 
council members. Delegates and representatives attended both the 
Fall and Spring Conventions of the Southeastern Branch of Associated 
Bodies of Student Councils of Massachusetts. With the co-operation 
the student body has given us, we are sure the Student Council mem- 
bers of the year 1952-1953 will have a successful term of office. 



Student 
il 



ounci 




T 



Oratorical 
Contest 

Library Club 



his year the- first elimination in the annual Legion Oratorical 
contest was held as usual, with Majorie Render. Donald Gay, 
Carolyn Holbrook, James MacLeish, John Saloina. Kenneth 
W'hittcinore. and Joan Williams, competing. 

The four contestants selected for the district competition were 
Carolyn Holbrook, James MacLeish. John Saloina. and Joan 
W illiams. In a close contest John Saloma was judged the winner, 
with Joan Williams chosen as alternate. 

i.i. good books are interesting. The Library Club enjoys charg- 
ing and shelving books, arranging bulletins and exhibits, and 
performing all duties that give service to the school. 





r JpHE Laboratory Assistants have done an excellent job of taking 
care oi the third-floor science department. Besides their ordinary 
tasks of keeping the lab in order, cleaning used equipment, and 
refilling supplies, the boys have succeeded in keeping order during the 
confusion prior to the climax of a year's work, the Science Fair. 

TPms year the Spanish Club has been very successful. Some of the 
programs consisting of movies of the Mediterranean, an enjoyable 
Christmas party, a celebration of Pan-American Day, and various 
skits by the club members. The club concluded its activities with a 
picnic — a perfect ending for a perfect year in the Spanish Club. 



Laboratory 
Assistants 

Spanish Club 





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•II 






t»l J 








is one 



Future Farmers 
of America 



^he Weymouth Chapter of Future Farmers of America 

link in a national chain ol boys who intend to farm lor a living. 
We train lor leadership and respect. A well-rounded program ol 
self-leadership includes sports, speaking contests, judging contests, 
parliamentary law, scholarship, and farm skill training. 

Pleasant memories, such as certain "hot dog" roasts, are good to 
reflect upon during our more serious moments on the farm. 

As seniors, some of us are no longer future farmers, but active 
farmers following our creed: "I believe in less dependence on begging 
and more power in bargaining: in the life abundant and enough 
honest wealth to help make it so — for others as well as myself." 




TP HE I*i i' Club is a new ly inaugurated organization, formed for the 
purpose of increasing school spirit. Under the guidance of Mr. 
Stuart, the group has become one of the most active of school clubs. 
They have planned many beneficial rallies and have given teams 
well-deserved support in their important games. 

Tr. Paul Cleaves has led the Audio-Visual Club to another success- 
ful season of bringing educational entertainment to the pupils 
through the medium of motion pictures and other audio-visual aids. 
The club members, trained in the operation ot these machines, are 
certainly part of a worthy club. 



Pep Club 

Audio-Visual 
Club 




Cheerleaders 



TThi maroon and gold uniforms <>l our peppy cheerleaders have 
been seen at every rally, football, and basketball game. As our 
teams have maintained their top ratings, so have these girls kepi 
their superior record. The squad is composed ol co-captains Joan 
W illiams and Natalie Loud, Barbara Barton, Mary- Jane Mahoney, 
Elizabeth Marin, jean Ri//o, Helen McGonnigal, Roberta Spain, 
Lorraine Brady, with substitutes Marilyn Lewis, Nancy Burns, Gloria 
Wheeler, and Carolyn Pitts. The cheerleaders wish to thank the 
sec tions that made so realistic the c hec i : 

"Touchdown, touchdown, touchdown, boys! 
You make the touchdown; we'll make the noise." 



1 1 1 ■ > I 61 






'eymouth achieved its second successive Class-A Champion- 
ship this year, under the direction of Coach Arlanson, with 
co-captains Robert Jacobson and Dorick Mauro. Our coach has 
moulded another club of which the school may be well proud. 

Working along, hand in hand with the players, were the man- 
agers, who comprise an essential part of every successful team. 

There were no easily won games on the 1951 schedule, since 
many new teams, such as Greenfield, had been added to the 
agenda. The picture at the lower right clearly illustrates the re- 
sult of hard-fought decisions and the- heart-broken feelings that 
our opponents experienced. 



Footb< 



H 



4 






Basketball 



^Vjach Whitmore's first vear as head coach was certainly a successful 
one, since the basketball team achieved its goal of competing in 
the Class B Tourney tor the second consecutive year. 

The first game of the Tech Tourney was played against Winchester. 
For three periods the score swayed back and forth, until Weymouth 
finally dominated the play to win by seven points. The semi-finals 
approached and Weymouth was matched with a more experienced 
and undefeated team from Fairhaven. In this game, fouls deleated 
Weymouth's cause and Fairhaven won by eleven points. Next year's 
team can look forward to an even brighter future, because many 
regulars and jayvees are returning. 




"eymouth certainly fulfilled all expectations, a comparatively 
inexperienced track team overshadowing mam a rival ol 
superior speed and stamina. The success can be credited to Mr. 
Page, who combined stars like Bill Trudell, ' Duke" Murphy, and 
Dave Settele with the other speed me n to create a well-balanced out- 
fit. The final test of merit was proved by the excellent showing at 
both the Boston Garden Meet, and the State Meet. 

TPHI CROSS-COI NTRY team also deserves praise for its hard work. 

work thai is seldom appreciated or rewarded In the student 
body. Strenuous preparation proved beneficial. This year's team 
showed itself to be as noteworthy as those of past years. 



Track 



Cross-Country 



WA 




Baseball 



l^i v.xkii TH has produced many exceptional baseball teams, 
proving that the school does not excel in the sport of football 
alone. The 1951 baseball team was a credit to the school, since it was 
chosen to enter the State Baseball Tourney, at Braves Field. 

At the midway mark of the current baseball season, Weymouth is at 
the moment undefeated, with a six and nothing record. With a tight 
defence, clutch hitters, and a formidable pitching staff, much is 
expected during the latter part of the season. This year's team, under 
the instruction of Coaches Arlanson and Hayes, is one of the best and 
leaves behind it a challenge to those teams that will follow. 




t long last, girls taking part in extra-curricular sports activities 
have received recognition of their achievements. This winter the 
girls' basketball team played an exciting game with girls from Wood- 
ward School and came out victors. Girls interested in participating 
in field hockey, basketball, volley-ball, badminton, or softball will find 
their time well spent in the company of excellent instructors and 
friendly companions. Their efforts will also be rewarded, as numerals 
are awarded to those who have earned an adequate number of points 
through individual team standing; and once these are achieved, 
a school letter and star are goals for which to strive. 



Girls 1 Sports 




Band is one of the most active musical groups in the high school. 
All ot the forty members have shown much enthusiasm over 
their busy schedule and have enjoyed the rehearsals, w hich are held at 
least twice a week. Mr. Jack, the leader, has united the various sections 
of the Band into one group to make a creditable showing at the State- 
Festival at Middleboro. Besides playing serious music and competing 
lor prizes, the group enjo\s many good times. These occasions take 
place when they help supplement the stands at football games, enter- 
tain the fans at hall-time with difficult formations, and also lend 
support and noise to the basketball team when they compete in the 
Boston Garden tournaments. A busy year has been completed. 




TpHE Choir is a particularly popular division of the Music Depart- 
ment. It seems to appeal mostly to the girls, however; the members 
are most eager to add a few more male voices to the group. During the 
year, Mr. Jack has skillfully managed to choose songs which would 
provide training for young voices, besides excellent entertainment. 
At the annual concerts, the Choir performed well before an apprecia- 
tive audience. Another activity that gives pleasure to every member 
is the opportunity to attend the annual State Festival, being held 
at Middleboro. Leadership and co-operation, the most important 
factors in forming a harmonious group, are more than evident this 
year. 



Orchestra 



TThe Weymouth High School Orchestra has completed the 1952 
season with notable achievement. The members are a hard-work- 
ing group, their merits being measured in quality, not quantity. The 
string section is perhaps the most greatly improved, since its members 
were fortunate in securing as their instructor, Dr. Boranoff, who is 
music instructor at Boston University and Columbia University, Each 
section has worked as a unit to form a finished product ol which any 
school might be proud. Mr. Jack has presented his musicians at both 
Winter and Spring Concerts, where they received enthusiastic re- 
sponse. The State Music Festival at Mitldleboro was a further test of 
their skill. 




[other is a Freshman" was a delightful, romantic comedy in three 
acts presented by the Senior Class of Weymouth High School, 
under the direction of Miss Edna Flaherty, on Wednesday, February 6 
and Friday, February 8. The cast included: Nancy O'Neil, Stuart 
Hemingway, Marilyn Smith, Anna Murphy, Veola Humphries, Carol 
Trueman, Frances Perry, Margaret Reap, Louise Cicchese, Susan 
Atwood, William Cicchese, Robert facobson, George Matson, Peter 
Bisognano, and John Saloma, while Carolyn Holbrook was Book 
Holder. The play proved to be a huge success as was evidenced by the 
fact that it was a "sell-out" for both performances. The story was 
based on typical college life and appealed to both young and old. 



Senior Play 



CLASS WILL COMMITTEE 




\\ [TNESSES: 

HELEN BURRELL, Chairman of High School 

PHILIP JOESPH, Chairman of Vocational School 

SHIRLEY BUTLER 

BARBAB V BREEN 

M ARY CONNOLLY 

M VRJ \NNi; COOPER 

VI MO FIELD 

EDWIN FITZGER M l) 

\\ \N|)\ HEG VRTY 

JOHN PIERCE 

Jl NE M M i l 1 1: 

LINDA BLRRAGE 

ELEANOR NICOLAI 

JERRY TOBLY 

HENRI MARS IN 

ARTHl'R PI OPOLO 



E the Senior Class of 1952, of Weymouth High School, in the town ol 



Weymouth, in the County of Norfolk and the State of Massachusetts, being 
ol sound mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty of this transitory 
life, do hereby make, ordain, publish, and declare this to be our last will and 
testament, in manner and form following, that is to sav: 

FIRST — To Mr. Mapes and the School Committee, we leave a request that con- 
sidering the trailities of the modern generation, they make a change in 
policy permitting NO SCHOOL clays during slightly misty weather. 

SECOND — To Mr. Whittle, we leave a time-saving record which he can play to 
each following senior class, explaining the cost of graduation, banquet, 
reception, prom, play, the year book, etc., etc. 

THIRD — To Mr. Lyons, we leave a new senior class which will not indulge in 
the bad habits of being late, skipping school, or taking over his office as a 
homeroom. 

FOURTH — To Miss Nash and Miss Heaver, we leave peace and quiet. 

FIFTH — To the underclassmen, we leave a large, red brick building, slightly 
used, situated on Middle Street in the town of Weymouth. This building 
is not to be sold to settle any debts we may have acquired; it is to be held 
as our most valued asset to be passed down from generation to generation. 

SIXTH — To the Driver Education Classes, we leave a specially designed car that 
will not stall, hit other cars, or grind gears every time a student attempts 
to drive. 

SEVENTH — To certain girls who get bored sitting in their home rooms, we 
leave a reserved area for strolling in the vicinity of 206-C. 

EIGHTH — To the Student Council, we leave a number of automatic turn- 
styles to use during fire drills to keep the students in line. 

XLXTH — To "4C" we leave a special room with reclining chairs, head rests, loot 
stools, plus any added luxury they may desire to make their school days 
a little less tiring. 

TENTH — To the football co-captains of 1953, we leave the continued success ol 
the 52'er's. 

ELEVENTH — To Mr. Swan, we leave a box of chocolate flavored chalk. We 
think we would find it much tastier than the ordinary white school chalk 
now in use. 

TWELFTH — To Mr. Brown, we leave a red light lor his lapel so that no 
unlucky individual will acciclently run into him while he is clashing 
through the corridors. 

THIRTEENTH — To Mr. Raymond, Paul Revere leaves his horse — it's not 
troubled with a radiator. 

FOURTEENTH — To Miss Stockwell, we leave a new magic formula to pass to 
students, insuring them of health and happiness. 

FIFTEENTH— To Mr. Kearns. we leave a roomful of students, resembling 
angels, wearing wings and halos, and all diligently perusing their many 
books. 




Page Seventy-nine 



SIXTEENTH — To Miss Norris, wc leave ;i senior (lass, cadi member ol which 
attends and sta\s at the Prom until IL':(M. 

SEVENTEENTH To Mr. Mazzola, we leave a penny l)ank so that we can save 
all his pennies for the special "Crippled Cricket Fund." 

EIGHTEENTH — To Miss Andem, now the proud possessor ol a cake box and 
a bread tin, we leave a cookie jar. 

NINETEENTH — To the faculty, we leave an abundant supply ol understanding, 
patience, and sympathy, which we know they will need in their future 
\eais at WeymOUtll High School. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE HEREUNTO SKI OI K 
HANDS THIS I HIRD DAY OF JUNE, 1952. SIGNED AND PUBLISHED \s 
OUR LAST WILL AND rESTAMENT BY THE SAID CLASS OF H). r >2 IN 
1111 PRESENCE OF US, W HO IN THE PRESENCE OF EACH OTHER 
HAVE HERETO SUBSCRIBED OUR NAMES AS WITNESSES. 



Page Eighty 



LOOKING BACK THROUGH THE YEARS 



I. Hunt School Grade I 2. Adams School Grade II 3. Adams School Grade I 
4. Bicknell School Grade II 5. Bicknell School Grade I 



( OfttplltttCTttS ()f 


Clark's Market 

COLUMBIAN SQUAR1 
SO. WEYMOUTH 


James E. Fitzmaurice 


Groceries • Meats 


Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 


Fish • Fruits 




Vegetables 


Quinc) Avenue 


♦ 


Quincy, Massachusetts 


Birds Eye Frozen Foods 

Free Delivery Tel. WE 9-1950 


H. A. GUSTAFSON WE 9-1999 


Billie Bee Pastry Shop 


AIR CONDITIONED 


W Ei MOl TH HEIGHTS 


Swedish Pastry Slioppe 


SHOPPING CENTER 


ALL ELECTRIC COOKING 






Birthday ♦ Wedding 


HOME MADE PASTRIES 


and 


HOT DOI inHNI JTS 




COFFEE BAR 




10 UNION ST. SO. WEYMOUTH 


Telephone WE 9-291 '6- W 



Page Eighty-four 



LINCOLN SQUARE 

SUNOCO STATION 

GREGORY OTERI, PROP. 



TIRES • BATTERIES • ACCESSORIES 
EXPERT LUBRICATION • ROAD SERVICE 
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 



OPEN 24 HOURS 

185 WASHINGTON STREET WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

Telephone WE 9-2132 



PONTIAC CARS 


Compliments of 


Sales and Service 




CMC TRUCKS 




Expert Repairing on all Makes of Cars 
Bodv and Fender Work 
Auto Painting 


The Pilgrim Store 


South Shore Pontiac, Inc. 

". \/ The Herring Run" 




1407-11 COMMERCIAL STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 


108 PILGRIM ROAD 


Tel. WE 9-1421-9-3530 


NORTH WEYMOUTH 



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I'agt Eighty-six 




Plymouth Rock 

Sealtest Ice Cream 

Served Exclusively in Our Cafeteria 



UNITED 

BURNER SERVICE 


LEVAGGI'S 


SILENT GLOW 
OIL BURNERS 


Fred J. Levaggi, Prop. 


Heating Stokers 
Fuel ■ Oils • Range Oil 
Electrical Appliances 
Radios • Records 


Home Made Candies 
and 
Ice Cream 
Made on the Premises 


Television 

JACKSON SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 


81 PLEASANT STREET 


SOUTH WEYMOUTH 

Opposite Post Office 


Tel. WE 9-1630 


Telephone WEymouth 9-37 IS-M 



Page Eighty-seven 



FITZGERALD'S 




MILL ENDS 




Cotton- • Woolens • Rayons 


CODMAN'S 


Everything to seiv teith 


STORES ] 


Phones: ED \- 1835-M \\ E 9-1262-J 


Basketball Shoes 


850 PLEASANT STREET 
(LOVELL'S CORNER) 


Gym Sneakers 

Campus Coats 
r 


EAST WEYMOUTH . MASS. 




SOUTH SHORE 


Compliments of 


INSURANCE AGENCY 




Established 1S70 


KLASSON 


AddieL. Chubbuck, Agent 


AND 

ERICSON 






SAVINGS BANK BUILDING 


BUILDERS 


WEYMOUTH, MASS. 





Page Eighty-eight 




BARBARA'S 



DRESSES - SPORTSWEAR 

Lingerie for 

Juniors • Misses • Women 

COLUMBIAN SQUARE ^ SOUTH WEYMOUTH 



EDgcwater 4-4979-J 


BARBARA LEARY 


I Compliments of 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of J 952 




BURRELL'S 


• 

Tree and Landscape 


VARIETY STORE 


Service 




• 

SOUTH WEYMOUTH 


COMMERCIAL SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 



Pag 



c Eighty-nine 



Compliments of 

Corner Variety 
Store 

Corner of Federal and Summer Streets 

— ♦ 



OAK HILL PRODUCTS 
and 

BIRDS EYE FROZEN FOODS 



Colonial Pharmacy 

N.N. ROSENHEK. B.S.. REG. PHARM. 
THREE COLLEGE TRAINED REG. PHARMACISTS 



Free Prescription Delivery 



577-579 NORTH STREET 
WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS 



EDG EWATER 4- 5 1 00 



'vonne 




ane 



BEAUTY SHOPPE 

Y. M. PORTER, Prop. 
♦ 

Open Thursday Evenings 
h\ , \ppoinlmenl 



240 Bridge Street 
No. Weymouth. Mass. 
WEymouth 9-1161 



Compliments of 



Dr. L. A. Baroni 



BRAN" A BUILDING 



WEYMOUTH LANDING 



I 



'age Ninety 



Compliments of 



Walter A. Feeley Co. 

OLDSMOBILE 



80 POND STREET 
Opp. So. Wevmouth R.R. Station 
WEvmouth 9-0915 



A. E. BARNES Sc CO. 

(ESTABLISHED 1915) 



INSURANCE 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



COLUMBIAN SQUARE 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 



Jackson Square 

PHARMACY 



THE REXALL STORE 

Harold Openslmw 
Ph. G.j Reg. Pharmacist 



804-806 BROAD STREET 
E. WEYMOUTH, MASS. 
Tel. WE 9-0773-W 



Page Ninety-one 



Compliments of 



Daniel L. O'Donnell 



Compliments of 
111 




Studebaker Dealer 



Bridge Street 
North We\ mouth 




Compliments of . . . 



W. T. GRANT CO. 



Page Ninety-two 




1 • - I ■ . 



You are Invited . . . 

TO TEST DRIVE 

That '52 Ford 

WITH FORDOMATIC DRIVE 

SEE US OR PHONE 

JESSE JAMES MOTORS 

Your Friendly Ford Dealer 

374 WASHINGTON STREET WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

Telephone WEymouth 9-2219 



Best wishes from 






Compliments of 


JAY'S 




Army & Navy 


Cameo Theatre 


Store 






SOUTH WEYMOUTH 


1632 Hancock Street 




Quincy, Massachusetts 





Page Ninety-three 



Best Wishes to the 
GRADUA TES 

from 

THE CLASS OF 1953 



Tel. \\ E 9-1966 



Res. \\ E 9-0 136 



Central 
Motor Mart 

5, 




razer 



B 



ENNY BEAN 
EST 

ARGAINS 

EST 

UYS 



.398 Bridtic St.. No. Weymouth 
South Shore Rd. to Nantasket 



Daniel Kcidy 
Reg. Ph. 



Richard Rcidy 
Reg. Ph. 



REIDY'S 
DRUG STORE 

EST. 1908 
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 



JACKSON SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH, MASS. 
Tel. WE 9-0690 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of '52 

M. R. Loud & Co. 

South We) mouth 



AUTHORIZED DEALERS 
for 

Scott's Lawn Produc ts 

Power and Hand Mowers 
Modene and Devoc paints 



Page Ninety-four 



Sporting Goods 

Equipment for 
Every Sport 

William Westland 
and Company 

11 REVERE ROAD • QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 


Lucid and Love 


Paul A. Doucette 



Page Ninety-five 



Compliments of 



— Sheppard^ 

Coal and Oil Company 



DEPENDABLE SERVICE 

Stokers 



PKDIGRKKD FEELS 

Oil Burners 



Established 1869 



Compliments of 


If it's Fire Insurance or Automobile 
Insu ranee \ ou can place confidence in 


NORFOLK 




MOTORS 


Charles G. Jordan 


Your DeSOTO 




PLYMOUTH 
DEALER 


Telephone WEymouth 9-0427 


19 Water Street, East Weymouth 
WEymouth 9-0330 9-0437 


15 FRONT STREET. WEYMOUTH 



Page \inct\-six 



Lignarella JtJroSo 

• MOTOR TUNE-UP 
• ELECTRIC SERVICE 


Lincoln Square 
Pharmacy 

PRESCRIPTIONISTS 


• BRAKE SERVICE 


■ + 


• SUNOCO PRODUCTS 


Nino L. Coletti, Reg. Ph. G., Prop. 


Corner Washington & Middle Streets 
Weymouth, Mass. 


209 WASHINGTON STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 
WE 9-3430 


"Sn\ It \\ ill i Flowers" 

Spear's 

Flower Shop 


Duncan MacKellar 
m. p. garey agency 


Floral Designs 


Endurance 


CUT FLOWERS ♦ PLANTS 
DECORATIONS ♦ CORSAGES 


OF 

EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Y 


East Weymouth, Mass. 
Tel. WE 9-0049 


Jackson Square. East Weymouth 
Tel. \\ E 9-1 170 



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Bellingham 

Hardware Co., Inc. 


VY nilcy S 

Home Bakeries 


WASHINGTON SQUARE 
WEYMOUTH 


99 NORTH MAIN ST., RANDOLPH 

TEL. RA 6-1469 1 


* 

Your Service 

WE 9-2228 Free Delivery 


27 WASHINGTON STREET 
WEYMQUTH LANDING 
TEL. WE 9-1471 

OUR MOTTO 
"Prpsh C^nn/h fit All 7it}i("\" 

JL ICJll V TUUHJ III ixll JL 1 1 1 1 C J 


I/O 


Tel WE9-1660-M Sal Hollica 


f\oya t 




QUALITY SHOES 


SOUTH SHORE 
AUTO BODY CO. 


"Where Your Friends Buy 
Their Shoes" 


No Finer W ork Anyuhcre 


WEYMOUTH LANDING 


:J98 Bridge Street 
North Weymouth 91. Mass. 



Page Ninety-eight 



Compliments of 

Alvin Hollis & Company 



Start Saving NOW! 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of 52 


AT THE 




North Weymouth 


Ylfjodem 
formal S)Lop 

for the FINEST in tuxedos 


Co-operative Bank 




SEE MODERN FIRST! 


35 SEA ST., NORTH WEYMOUTH 


Special discounts for WHS students 
1639 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass. 



Page Ninety-nine 



ORDER YOUR FRESH EGGS 




from . . 


C. E. JANSON 


THOMPSON'S 


COMPANY 


Jrouitry Jrarm 


• 


♦ 

BABY CHICKS • DRESSED EGGS 


5c to $1.00 
Store 


HATCHING EGGS 


FRESH EGGS 




+ 


100 PLEASANT STREET 


THICKET ST. SO. WEYMOUTH 
TEL. WE 9-0409-J 


SOUTH WEYMOUTH 90 
MASS. 




Always a friendly welcome 


s HUNTS 


LINCOLN SQUARE 


BROAD and COTTAGE STREETS 


• GRILLE 

• SODA BAR 


The Best Selection of 

GREETING CARDS 


Groceries 


on the South Shore 


186 WASHINGTON STREET 
WEYMOUTH LANDING 


HALLMARK NORCROSS 


ON ROUTE 3 


RUST CRAFT GIBSON 


Tel. WE 9-2818 



'as( One Hundred 



William B. Dasha 



Cut Flowers ♦ Potted Plants 
Geraniums a Specialty 



249 NORTH STREET, NORTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 
TELEPHONE WEymouth 9-0483 





Office WE 9-1131 Res. WE 9-1699 








Alan L. Wingate 


HOBB'S 


Realtor 


PORTRAIT 


LICENSED AUCTIONEER 


STUDIO 


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 








1009 WASHINGTON STREET 


742 BROAD ST., E. WEYMOUTH 


EAST WEYMOUTH 89, MASS. 




On Route 3 



Page One Hundred One 



Best Wishes from 

EDDIE'S DINER 



ROUTE 3, QUINCY AVENUE 
QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

Kae's 
Sandwich Bar 



771 BROAD STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 
Telephone ED 4-5177 



Mildred F. Welch 



Welch Beauty Slioppe 



NORTH WEYMOUTH 



469 Bridge Street 
Telephone WEymouth 9'J325 



Old Colony 

Launderers— Cleansers 
Fur Storage 

* 

100 QUINCY AVENUE 
QUINCY. MASSACHUSETTS 
PRESIDENT 3-5000 



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Always True 
to You 




In Our Fashions 

Compliments of 

Glenn V* Butler 

MD. 



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We buy anything 

ENTIRE CONTENTS OF YOUR 
HOME • ATTIC • GARAGE 

Antiques 

LINCOLN SQUARE 
WEymouth 9-1920-W 



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Our Specialties 
Weddings 
Corsages 
Funeral Designs 
Also a Regular Line of Polled Plants 

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290 Quincy Ave., East Braintree 8 1. Mass. 
BRaintree 2-1036 Established IH!)() 



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Telephone WEymouth 9-3335 



(The Jmttilj frail 



Commercial and Social Printing 



1400 Commercial Street 
East Weymouth 89, Mass. 



Telephones: WE 9- 1039-W— 9-352-4 



General Flooring Co, 

VITO DELUCA, JR. 

Flooring Contractors 

Linoleum and Rugs 



745 BROAD STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 



ALEMIAN'S 

Imported and Domestic 

GROCERIES 



Delicatessen 
Candy 



Fruit 
Ice Cream 



718 BROAD STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 



Donovan Drug Co. 



'The Service Stores" 



Weymouth 



Hingh: 



Delivery Service 



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Compliments of 

EARL C. FOWLER 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

Since 1925 
'Insurance of Every Description 

116 BROAD STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone WEymouth 9-2085-W 



ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT 




FRIED CLAMS 


Compliments of 


Master Cleaners 


Dinners served 

IN OUR DINING ROOM 


882 BROAD ST. 
EAST WEYMOUTH 

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PRESSING 


All sea food purchased 
in the Capeway Fish Market 


DYEING REPAIRING 


Junction of routes 3 and 18 





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